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An ecumenical service to mark the 39 anniversary of the martyrdom of Archbishop Romero with speaker David McLoughlln, Newman University.
Supported by St Martin in the Fields, CAFOD, Missio, Pax Christi, Christian Aid, NJPN and Embassy of El Salvador.
Pax Christi Liverpool will be showing the film Of Gods and Men, and leading a discussion /reflection in the light of the work of the Catholic Nonviolence Initiative, a project of Pax Christi. Linked to the journey of Holy Week and Easter.
“We are in a high risk situation here and now but we persist in our faith and our confidence in God, ,dying here and how. Does it serve a purpose?” quotation from the film.
Anti-nuclear campaigners have condemned plans to host a thanksgiving service for Britain’s nuclear weapons system at Westminster Abbey.
Pax Christi, Christian CND and other campaigners will gather from 1130 close to Westminster Abbey to protest the event.
Protest location is outside Barclay’s Bank on Victoria Street. Witness begins at 12pm.
Kate Hudson, CND general secretary, said: “It’s morally repugnant that a service of thanksgiving for Britain’s nuclear weapons system is due to be held at Westminster Abbey. This sends out a terrible message to the world about our country. It says that here in Britain we celebrate weapons – in a place of worship – that can kill millions of people.
The 15th May 2019 is the 71st anniversary of the Nakba (Arabic for catastrophe). We commemorate the expulsion of more than 750,000 Palestinians from their homes and the destruction of over 400 Palestinian towns and villages to make way for the State of Israel.
Pax Christi members and friends will gather from 1145 outside Coventry Cathedral for a silent Vigil
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Annual event supported by Pax Christi, Peace Pledge Union, Quakers, Conscience, Anglican Pacifist Fellowship, War Resisters International and others.
Witness of COs presented through readings, poems and song. Information
Come and join in a Brighton event remembering Barbara Eggleston. Be there for what is hoped will be the first annual lecture in her memory. Share in ideas for future campaigning plans. Click here for More information
DSEI will be fast approaching by the 8th June, so we will gather together at St Hilda’s East Community Centre in London to pin down our plans and get more people involved. More info on the CAAT website
On June 26th there will be a mass lobby for action on climate change. Climate change is already fuelling armed conflict. As Pope Francis reminds us, ‘I wish to mention another threat to peace which arises from the greedy exploitation of environmental resources.’ Thousands of people will come together to send a message to politicians: End the UK’s contribution to climate change and pass ambitious laws that create a healthier environment for nature and people. More information here