The Archdiocese of Birmingham has appointed two people to promote evangelisation full-time. Natalie Orefice, a member of Catholic Voices and a former police officer, and Paul Northam, a youth worker, will be based at the Maryvale Institute.
Sciaf welcomes pledge from Nicola Sturgeon
Sciaf, the Scottish Church’s aid agency, has welcomed a £12 million pledge from the First Minister to reduce the impact of climate change in poor countries.
Passionist arrested over climate change protest
Passionist Fr Martin Newell was among five climate activists arrested last week for daubing paint on a government building.
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