The Justice and Peace Commission
With a focus on ‘a diocese of disciples’, this issue illustrates the twin vocations of justice and charity, with articles on local Catholics in action:
- Among people who live on the streets of Derby
- With families experiencing food poverty in Loughborough
- Taking up leadership of Pax Christi UK
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The Nottingham Diocesan Justice and Peace Commission works towards exploring the causes of injustice, increasing awareness among others of these issues, praying that unjust situations might be changed for the better, working for justice both at home and abroad and providing practical assistance for those in need. The Commission works through parish groups, ecumenical groups, inter-faith groups, through individuals and other contacts. Please contact the Justice and Peace Fieldworker, Paul Bodenham, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY!
The 2019 Justice and Peace Assembly will be on Saturday 2 November at St Thomas More, Leicester.
Join us for a day of reconciliation and building the common good in the wake of Brexit.
Fostering communities of loving service
God is love, and he calls us to love, generously and joyfully. Here in the Diocese of Nottingham an opportunity is emerging to respond to that call afresh.
We’re calling the project Faith into Action. Find out how you can be part of it.
The catalyst is a grant from the national Caritas Social Action Network, matched by support from our own Justice and Peace Commission. The grant comes at a fertile moment, as Bishop Patrick is encouraging us to encounter Christ anew, grow as disciples and look outward in mission.
You are at the heart of the work of the Justice and Peace Commission. Faith into Action is an invitation to the whole people of the Diocese of Nottingham, in parishes, chaplaincies, Catholic organisations and schools. There are many ways you can get involved: