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30th July 2014
Columban JPIC is a member of the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility. Here is their latest newsletter:
28th July 2014
Columban JPIC in Korea is currently participating in the Grand March For Life and Peace of Gangjeong Village, Jeju Island 29 July – 2 August.
22nd July 2014
“Many asylum seekers in Britain are at near destitute levels because the government doesn’t want to be seen to be soft on asylum seekers,” Sarah Teather MP, chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees, told the annual gathering of the National Justice and Peace Network (NJPN) on Sunday.
18th July 2014
Sr Isobel Loong was a member of the executive of Cultural Exchange with China about 8 years ago and has now retired to her home in Singapore. She still connects with China and sent the report below after her recent visit to China.
18th July 2014
The Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Culture has thanked Dr Ishrat ul Ebad Khan, Governor of Sindh in Pakistan, for his support of the Vatican Cricket Club which is about to tour England.
17th July 2014
The thirtieth anniversary of the release of the ‘Negros Nine’ is being marked in the Philippines. The Nine were three missionary priests and six lay leaders who were accused
10th July 2014
On 7 July, Pat Cunningham in Korea joined an international group of Columban Lay Missionaries on a solidarity visit to Gangeong village, Jeju, the scene of an 8 year non violent struggle against the building of a Naval base.
3rd July 2014
Voices from the Desert: The Journey of the Bible from Dissent to Orthodoxy and back again. On Saturday 12 July, at Newman University in Birmingham, you can explore the Bible as a resource for the 21st century.
3rd July 2014
The Secretary of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, on a visit to the country, had to respond to claims of “disappointment” regarding the programme from critics within South Korea
30th June 2014
Matthew Sanderson, the youngest member of the Cultural Exchange with China (CEC) executive, attended the opening of a Contemplative Monastery in China on 1 May. The monastery was supported by CEC.
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