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Educators’ weekend on the Arts, Faith and Activism

A continuous professional development opportunity for educators is being offered in late June, to be held at the house of the Columban missionaries

Britain hits new solar power milestone

Druridge Bay’s stunning wildlife faces threat from opencast coal mine

Friends of the Earth and community group Save Druridge have been fighting proposals for an opencast coal mine on this gorgeous stretch of coastline

“Profound heartbreak” at cathedral destruction and abductions in southern Philippines

Church leaders in the Philippines – including the Columban Director in the country – have expressed “profound heartbreak” at a flare up of violence
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G7 must act with urgency to meet climate commitments – and then do more

Where hope blossoms

The Summer issue of Vocation for Justice – the Columban newsletter for Justice, Peace and Ecology – focuses on the theme of hope and is titled, ‘Wh
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Harnessing Nature to Manage Rising Flood Risk

Migrants Mass in London

The Mass for Migrants took place on 20 May at St Anthony’s in Forest Gate.

Highlands & N.E. bike-rail cuts: Parliament debate, May 24

The motion calling for government action on the reductions in promised bike space on the new HST trains to Aberdeen and Inverness has been signed b

Introducing our new Advocacy Worker Julia Corcoran

My name is Julia Corcoran and I am the new Advocacy Worker in the Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) Team.

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Columban JPIC:

A continuous professional development opportunity for educators is being offered in late June,...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

Friends of the Earth and community group Save Druridge have been fighting proposals for an...

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