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CAFOD is the official Catholic aid agency for England and Wales, and is part of Caritas International, the Church's worldwide organization dedicated to alleviating need and distress. Year after year, we promote long-term development, respond to emergencies, raise awareness of poverty, speak out on behalf of poor communities, and promote social justice.

Our work is broad-ranging, across countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, helping the world's poorest communities, and those affected by conflict or natural disaster.

We also use funds to increase awareness of the causes of poverty, helping people campaign to bring about change, and to speak out on behalf of poor communities, challenging governments and international bodies to promote equality and justice.

At present, activity within St Joseph's is largely concerned with the two annual Fast Day collections - in Lent and at Harvest Time, but we are always on the look-out for further activities, and to this end work closely with the One World Group.

For further information, contact Michael Townson via the Parish Office (01684 574 250) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

See also http://www.cafod.org.uk

Twitter Feed - Papal

Pontifex The way of peace, which reconciles conflicts and regenerates fraternity, is marked by dialogue. We ought to help on… https://t.co/QsVMol3DKi
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Pontifex The Beatitudes are the perennial charter of Christianity, the compass that indicates the routes that Christians mus… https://t.co/PMVVEOLSCk
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Pontifex I come to Cyprus with the same desire as the Apostle Barnabas: to see the grace of God at work in your Church and y… https://t.co/amisQx3Bpn
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CatholicMalvern This evening @CatholicMalvern & @StJoesMalvern joined staff & alumni of @Newman_Uni @nuchaplaincy to celebrate the… https://t.co/zjn2FZ5fFn
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VaticanNews Pope Francis encounters the Catholic clergy and religious men and women of Cyprus in the Maronite Cathedral in Nico… https://t.co/VBmE2HFjcT
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VaticanNews Pope Francis meets with the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Anastasiades, local Authorities, Civil Socie… https://t.co/OP37UGE8j0
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VaticanNews Pope Francis invites Cyprus' Catholic clergy and religious to be patient as they minister in a spirit of fraternity… https://t.co/nSbezG2Yb8
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VaticanNews As Pope Francis begins his Apostolic Visit to Cyprus, the Representative of the Latin Community in the Cypriot Parl… https://t.co/9n6VXYHz7C
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