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The spirit of Cable Street must live on today, now more than ever

Eighty years ago today, tens of thousands of people stood as one and say no to fascism.

UNISON member goes topless in Birmingham for public services

UNISON member Liz Potter joined the demonstration marking the start of the Conservative conference in Birmingham on Sunday – with a spec

Tory conference – more weasel words than workers’ party

This week in Birmingham is meant to be a relaunch for the Conservative party.

Columban Missionaries announce pledge to Divest from Fossil Fuels

Inspired by Pope Francis and in honor of September’s Season of Creation and the Feast of St Francis on 4 October, the Missionary Society of St.

Learning Outside the Comfort Zone

“When he had washed their feet and put on his clothes again he went back to the table. ‘Do you understand’ he said ‘what I have done to you?

Statement on the entry-into-force of the Paris Agreement


Paris Agreement: After tackling ratification hurdle, EU will face enforcement test

Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor’ International Symposium

Sino-Celtic Perspectives : Thinking beyond Capitalist Globalisation 15 December 2016, 10 am – 5 pm G 16, Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College

‘Laudato Si’ and Care for Creation Day in Westminster

Fifteen Catholic parishes of Westminster Archdiocese were represented at a ‘Laudato Si’ and Care for Creation’ event in Chiswick, West London, on S

Columbans join Birmingham Archbishop on Refugee Walk of Witness

Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham led a ”powerful” Walk of Witness ‘Welcome the Stranger’ on Sunday to the Conservative party conference in


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Columban JPIC:

The Mass for Migrants took place on 20 May at St Anthony’s in Forest Gate.


The motion calling for government action on the reductions in promised bike space on the new HST...

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