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Tag: justice

Passionists UK Refugees in Calais share their dreams around the fire

Refugees in Calais share their dreams around the fire

Alex Holmes, from our Partners at Catholic Worker Calais, listens to the dreams of refugees waiting in the Calais camp.

Oct 07 2021

Passionists UK Can your community help resettle a refugee family?

Can your community help resettle a refugee family?

If you long to be a participant, not an observer, in helping our refugee crisis, there are practical and transformative ways to help.

Oct 07 2021

Passionists UK Snapshots of life from The Learning Refuge in Paphos, Cyprus

Snapshots of life from The Learning Refuge in Paphos, Cyprus

Mary Chojnowski shares stories of refugees' lives in the Paphos region of Cyprus.

Sep 28 2021

Passionists UK How I founded the first daily online Catholic news service in the UK

How I founded the first daily online Catholic news service in the UK

Jo Siedlecka, from our Passionist partners Independent Catholic News, explains how the popular news site came to be, and where it could be going next.

May 26 2021

Passionists UK Hidden in the criminal justice system is the uncomfortable truth that no-one is ‘good’ or ‘bad’

Hidden in the criminal justice system is the uncomfortable truth that no-one is ‘good’ or ‘bad’

From the outside, criminal justice stories divide the world into 'good' and 'bad'. But inside, we must constantly consider the mystery of the whole person.

Mar 23 2021

Passionists UK Will we give up our certainty and comfort to meet God among the suffering?

Will we give up our certainty and comfort to meet God among the suffering?

Humanity is waiting for those who will find their lives - and find God - by leaving institutions behind and joining the powerless.

Mar 12 2021

Passionists UK Calais refugee life is filled with the power of words

Calais refugee life is filled with the power of words

Alex Holmes, from our Partners at Catholic Worker Calais, shares snapshots of Calais refugee life.

Mar 02 2021

Passionists UK Austin Smith House, a House of Hospitality for destitute asylum seekers

Austin Smith House, a House of Hospitality for destitute asylum seekers

In this interview from 2015, Fr Martin Newell and Fr John Kearns discuss how they set up Austin Smith House in Sparkhill, Birmingham

Jan 28 2021

Passionists UK Engaging with race in the Catholic Worker movement

Engaging with race in the Catholic Worker movement

Our Passionist Partners at London Catholic Worker ask: how can houses of hospitality avoid 'white saviour' complexes, and engage with the Black Lives Matter movement?

Nov 24 2020

Passionists UK For Passionists here in England, Black Lives Matter

For Passionists here in England, Black Lives Matter

"As I reflect on who we are and have been as Passionists here in England, I feel sure that for us this statement is deeply real."

Aug 28 2020

Passionists UK Playing our part, doing the work: challenging the deep virus of racism

Playing our part, doing the work: challenging the deep virus of racism

There may be no silver bullet to eradicate racism - but we can contribute to many and multiple actions in that direction.

Aug 28 2020

Passionists UK Supporting those with HIV, in the age of COVID-19

Supporting those with HIV, in the age of COVID-19

How can we respond to the many distinct signs of suffering appearing in the wake of COVID-19?

Aug 28 2020

Passionists UK Non-Violent Stations of the Cross

Non-Violent Stations of the Cross

Catholic Workers demonstrate the non-violent love of Jesus through demonstrating the Stations of the Cross in London, including Passionist Fr Martin Newell cp.

May 28 2020

Passionists UK Prophetic Trajectories of Hope from San Salvador to Liverpool

Prophetic Trajectories of Hope from San Salvador to Liverpool

A speech by David McLoughlin celebrates the overlooked work of the 'Liverpool three' and considers the mantle on offer to us today.

Feb 23 2020