Saturday 17th July at 10am via Zoom
Caritas Plymouth would like to invite you to join Bishop Mark O’Toole for an online discussion and reflection on climate change, our Diocesan Environment Policy and the call to be Stewards of Creation.
Our Guest Speaker is Sister Margaret Atkins OSA, a Canoness of St Augustine in the community at Boarbank Hall, Cumbria. She is a lecturer and author in theology with special interest in the ethics of the environment.
Please follow the link below to register for this event
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'Rather than a problem to be solved, the world is a joyful mystery to be contemplated with gladness and praise.'
Laudato Si’ #12
Caritas Plymouth has been awarded further funding from the Albert Gubay Charitable Foundation Trust to support provision of food to those in need across the Diocese of Plymouth due to Covid-19.
This scheme can provide funding to organisations offering immediate support to individuals and families across the Diocese of Plymouth, struggling as a direct result of the Coronavirus. The funding is for the purchase of food parcels, food vouchers, provision of food larders or other similar schemes. This support is for those who are unable to access help elsewhere (e.g. local foodbanks). Funding is limited and the scheme will close when all funds have been allocated.
In keeping with the social mission of the Church, funds will be given to projects which protect the poor and vulnerable according to need without any form of discrimination. Funds will only be awarded for activities which in no way act contrary to or undermine the teaching and practice of the Catholic Church in matters of faith and morals. All groups/organisations need to have appropriate safeguarding and data protection procedures.
The funding can support:
If you know of anyone who would benefit please contact the Cathedral office for further details.