Talk by Abbe Donatien Nshole from DRC on Monday 3rd July

Abbe Donatien Nshole

Abbe Donatien Nshole

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us online to hear from Abbe Donatien Nshole, Secretary General of the Catholic Bishops Conference in the DRC on Monday 3rd July from 1pm to 2pm.

The Catholic Church plays a vital role in DRC that goes well beyond pastoral care. During the 2011 elections the Church provided the overwhelming majority of observers – more than 30,000. The Church has been at the centre of efforts to secure a political agreement and peaceful transition of power in the DRC and Abbe Nshole is at the forefront of this work

Please register to join us or to listen at another time by clicking on the link below.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7132526815439093762

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Tuesday, 21 April, 6 – 8.30pm. One Climate, One World Campaign evening with Myanmar Partner, Father Pius Win Than, Associate Director of Caritas Pathein

You and your friends and family are invited to hear from Fr. Pius Win Than, Associate Director or Caritas Pathein, a local CAFOD partner based in Myanmar. Caritas Pathein works with poor and vulnerable communities in the Diocese of Pathein, helping communities to mitigate disasters through supporting the development of emergency preparedness plans and increasing their understanding of their basic human rights.

Please find below an agenda for the evening which will take place in Romero House, in the Pavillion upstairs:

  • 6pm Arrivals
  • 6:30 pm Welcome and opening prayer,
  • 6:35 pm Short update on the One Climate One World campaign
  • 6:50 Short talk by Fr Pius
  • 7:05 pm Q&A
  • 7:30 pm Refreshments and informal networking
  • 8:30 pm End of Event

There is no charge for the event, but voluntary donations towards Lent Fast Day 2015 are very welcome.

If you are interested in attending please sign up by emailing marana@cafod.org.uk or leave a message on 0207 0955417. Alternatively sign up here.

Romero House is situated at 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7JB, near Lambeth North Tube station and Waterloo Railway Station.