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13th February 2017
St Chad’s Cathedral saw the annual Day for Religious on 4 February and around 120 religious were present, along with Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham.
10th February 2017
The next National Justice and Peace Network of England and Wales annual conference will be held 21-23 July and take the theme: A Sabbath for the Earth and the Poor: The challenge of Pope Francis. The venue will be: The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire.
10th February 2017
The Spring 2017 issue of Vocation for Justice, the Columban newsletter focusing on Justice, Peace and Ecology, asks ‘What does creation-care look like in the Age of Trump?’
31st December 2016
A very Happy New Year to all our Columban friends and supporters.
Copies of the popular Columban calendar 2017 are available from the Columban office.
22nd December 2016
For millions of Filipinos, Christmas is a celebration of the family. They come together from around the world; they delight in the togetherness and sharing of respect. They honor the aged, they bless the children; they feed the hungry.
16th December 2016
You don’t have to be a believing Christian to believe in the values of Christmas. They are universal. They uphold the human dignity and right of every human being irrespective of religion, race or status. Believer or not, Jesus of Nazareth whose birth we celebrate was a wise man
8th December 2016
Columban friend Mary Joy Rile recounts her visit to the home of former Columban lay missionary Necita Fetalvero, where she discovered a resilient family and how Necita has embraced her new mission to care for her ageing and sick parents.
2nd December 2016
British Region Director Fr. Peter Hughes, in his Christmas Letter to Columban supporters, identifies with the hope in God’s promise of salvation that bore Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem and beyond, in spite of great hardship. Please support Columbans to journey with those in hardship today.
30th November 2016
Fatima House, a house for refugees in Birmingham, is a collaboration between Columbans in Britain and other Catholic organisations in the Archdiocese of Birmingham. Since it opened in July 2016, it continues to thrive and now has eight women residing there temporarily.
29th November 2016
Peter Hughes, the regional director for the Columbans in Britain,is pictured here at the Columban’s Day celebrations in Solihull along with Richard Martin (left) and Ray Collier (right). Both priests are celebrating special jubilees as Columbans, Diamond (60th) and Golden (50th). Fr. Peter presented them both with gifts to mark their jubilee years.
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