After the great success of the conference’s launch last year we again decided to equip students from across Wales to take the lead in their communities and tackle social injustices such as poverty. Sixth Formers from across Wales gathered at Archbishop McGrath Catholic High School in Bridgend for a day on leadership training, looking at how they can unlock their leadership potential to help work for a better and safer world.
We are marking the 13th December as a day of prayer for the Ebola crisis, as a way for your parish community can stand in solidarity with communities affected by Ebola in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
CAFOD is working together with other agencies as a part of their new #fortheloveof campaign to celebrate the things we love and call on politicians to tackle climate change. Join us by taking action by making a short video… Continue reading →
Sixth Formers from across Wales gathered at Archbishop McGrath Catholic High School in Bridgend for a day on leadership training, looking at how they can unlock their leadership potential to help work for a better and safer world.
Jenny Willott, Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, met sixth form students from St David’s College when they visited the Houses of Parliament as part of an event organised by CAFOD to encourage young people to engage with politics, campaigning and to develop their leadership skills. Continue reading →
St Richard Gwyn High School in Barry invite you all to come along for an evening of entertainment on April 3rd 6.30-8.30pm.
The event is taking place to raise money for CAFOD. There will be music from across the world performed by St Richard Gwyn students and pupils from St Illtyd’s High School. It will include Gamalan from Bali, Kitar from India, African drumming and much more!
To top it all off the school will be providing curry for all attendees!
Tickets are £5 each or £12 for a family ticket and all are welcome.