Six years ago, a child from St Anne’s school, called Callum, gave me what was supposed to be an Easter card, he had made for me. But there was everything unusual and strange about this card. Rather than carry familiar images, traditionally associated with Easter, like bunnies, eggs, open tomb,
Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day! Every day our belief in a better future is strengthened through the kindness and compassion shown through the every day thoughts and actions of the young people we work with. As we strive to become more Christ-like, we must not forget that –
“The communities we visited were on the outskirts of Lima, some of them new settlements that had only undergone major development over the past few decades as more and more people have moved from rural areas to urban cities. For the longest time, Lomas de Carabayllo had not been connected
Our volunteer Lizzie travelled to Cambodia with our partner organisation CAFOD and has now touched down in England safe and sound. We look forward to hearing of her many amazing experiences! She said: “I was privileged enough to have the most amazing time in Cambodia visiting the work of CAFOD partners!
Our volunteer Sophie travelled with our partner organisation CAFOD to Ethiopia this year and she’s landed back home safely with memories made and stories to share! She said: “As most of you know this year I am doing the CAFOD Step into the Gap Programme and a couple of weeks
Hello everybody, I wish you a Happy New Year- “Chúc mừng năm mới”. Have you ever heard about Vietnamese New Year or Tet? Today I would like to about how Vietnamese people celebrate Tet holiday. Among many festivals, Tet is considered to be the most important and popular because Tet