We are delighted to welcome two newly qualified volunteers to our Education team.
Sue Philippart is based in Menevia and Chris Crowley is based in Cardiff. They were joined at the training by John McLorian from the Clifton diocese.
The oldest Roman Catholic Church in Swansea is also one of the designated Holy Doors of Mercy in Menevia.
And we are delighted to announce that St David’s Priory has been hosting a Lampedusa Cross since Thursday 29 September where it is due to remain until Monday 10 October.
Canon Michael Flook, V.F. and his parish community invited CAFOD’s Community Participation Co-ordinator in Menevia, Therese Warwick, to give a presentation around the Year of Mercy.
We are rolling out a series of talks on our work in Bolivia during September, encouraging all parish volunteers and supporters to come along and to hear about how your support makes a difference, as well as some updates on how you can get involved this Harvest Fast Day.
CAFOD has been working in Bolivia, the poorest country in South America, for more than twenty years. Join us for one of the talks near you:
Swansea on Saturday, 10 September from 10 am – 4 pm, book here.
Newport on Tuesday, 13 September from 2:30 – 5 pm, book here.
Hereford on Wednesday 14 September from 2:30 – 5 pm, book here.
Llanelli on Thursday, 15 September from 2:30 – 5 pm, book here.
Cardiff on Saturday 17 September from 10.30 – 1.30 pm, book here.