Go Loopy to Share the Journey.
Pope Francis has launched Share the Journey, a new global campaign to stand up for the rights of refugees and migrants. In support of this initiative, CAFOD is asking its supporters to help to walk 24,901 miles – the distance around the whole world!
Share the Journey
See CAFOD’s website for more information.
As a contribution to CAFOD’s campaign, the parish of Our Lady Immaculate and St Andrew, Hitchin is organising a pilgrimage around the London Outer Orbital Path (the LOOP) consisting of a series of prayerful day walks taking place between May and June 2018.
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Join us Saturday 28 April for our Understanding CAFOD Day!
Join CAFOD for a special morning on Saturday 28 April, at CAFOD, Romero House, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7JB (near Lambeth North Tube) from 9:30am – 1:00pm
This information morning will have CAFOD guest speakers from Nicaragua and Zambia, who will give first-hand account of our work overseas.
You will hear Sister Clara is a nun and CAFOD partner from Zambia, talk about our work helping communities adapt to climate change through the use of renewable energy.
Juan Carlos Gazol from our Central America office will also talk about our work in the region. Continue reading
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Ann John and Collette set off on previous walk of the London Loop
Ann Milner from the parish of Our Lady Immaculate and St Andrew in Hitchin is about to take a giant stride in response to the Pope’s invitation last year to Share the Journey. In cooperation with the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, she is organising walks between May 15 and the end of June along the London Loop, enabling supporters to show solidarity with refugees and migrants round the world.
The first walk from Elstree, close to the Parish of St Theresa of the Child Jesus will finish in the parish of Christ the King in Cockfosters. Subsequent walks round the 150 mile London Loop will take in parishes in the Enfield, Lea Valley, Harrow and Hillingdon deaneries in the Westminster Diocese as well as parishes in Brentwood and Southwark dioceses. There will be limits on the numbers who may take part in the walks and those wishing to take part may obtain details of times and venues from
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