Tania Dalton from Latin America Team to Speak in Crawley


Tania Doulton, CAFOD’s Latin America Team

Tania Dalton from CAFOD’s Latin America Team will join us for our briefing on Saturday the 18th of February at 10am in Crawley.

Tania will speak about our work in Latin America, particularly in El Salvador. CAFOD has long worked in El Salvador, the country in which Blessed Oscar Romero was Archbishop and saying Mass when he was martyred.

We will also have Martin Brown from CAFOD Arundel and Brighton who will give an update from around CAFOD’s work and speak of Lent Fast Day and paint a picture of the people and situation behind  the story in Zambia.


This ole’ face will be there too. (Martin)

And as if we didn’t have enough to be thankful for already, once again we are blessed in that Min will be providing croissants and jam along with tea and coffee. All are welcome.

You don’t have to reserve a place but if you’re intending to come could you send us a quick email to let us know for catering purposes? The morning will finish by 12 allowing people to wander through to the Friary an join the parish community for Mass at 12:15 if they wish.

Date and Time: Saturday 18th February 10am

Location: The Friary (St Francis & St Anthony) Church Hall, Haslett Avenue West, Crawley, RH10 1HR.

Contact: Martin and the CAFOD A&B Office: 01483 898 866 or arundelandbrighton@cafod.org.uk

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