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Sharing Gospel Joy in the Columban Centenary Year

The Columban Superior General, Fr Kevin O’Neill joined Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham and Fr Peter Hughes, Columban Regional Director her

Is change in the air for Scotland’s transport?

Often it seems like progress on air pollution and transport has been painfully slow.

Crunch time as EU decides on clean energy laws


Christ King of the Universe,  Prayers of the faithful (the following may be copied and modified as required) INTERCESSIONS FOR THE CHRIST THE KING

Columban Missionaries Legacies

A video  celebrating the centenary of the Missionary Society of St. Columban its legacy, history, an American perspective.  

Low Emission Zones could help clear the air in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, like every major Scottish city, has unsafe and illegal levels of air pollution.

Renewables can increase to 61% of electricity mix in 2030, well above current targets, and at lower cost.

Talking Climate in Texas, and Living to Tell the Tale: report by Rev Dr John Weaver

Martin, Margot and I attended an event hosted by Climate Outreach at St Mary’s University Church, Oxford (15th November 2017).

Traffic count: highest ever Nov bike %, despite extra diverted cars

Our November traffic count, averaged over our 4 regular count points, found bikes forming 16.5% of all vehicles – our highest ever November percent

Spokes is 40!!

“Spokes led that charge, which was a lonely position when Spokes began … but they were right,”


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Columban JPIC:

Prayers of the faithful 3rd Advent Sunday (year B) (the following may be copied and modified as...

Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon:

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:
This week will see the publication of the draft Scottish Budget

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