Faith into Action

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"It is one of the desired outcomes of Faith into Action that it will offer parishes and groups ‘ways to discern how God is calling them to grow in missionary discipleship and to take practical steps to respond together’. I commend it you. May this initiative bear much fruit in our diocese and in our greater outreach to others."

Rt Rev Patrick McKinney
Bishop of Nottingham

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.

Nottingham Diocese is on the way to becoming part of the global Caritas network—and if you are a parishioner here, you will be part of it too.

On Saturday 28 March 2020 join Bishop Patrick, Caritas Social Action Network, the diocesan Justice & Peace Commission and people from parishes, chaplaincies and organisations all round our diocese, for a day to:

  • nourish the work we do for the common good
  • be inspired for the adventure of missionary discipleship
  • build our parishes as confident, outward-looking communities
  • make common cause and achieve more together.

Book a place now: complete the form below and we'll send you more details as soon as they're ready.

Click to find out more about Faith into Action and Caritas.


Get involved

You are at the heart of Faith into Action.It’s 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:

  • register your interest to hear of future news and events, or let us know your skills or interests
  • Sign up to the Justice and Peace Commission’s Twitter feed
  • or just send us an email or call Paul Bodenham, who is managing the project, on 07470 907656.

Get involved

You are at the heart of Faith into Action.It’s 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:

  • register your interest to hear of future news and events, or let us know your skills or interests
  • Sign up to the Justice and Peace Commission’s Twitter feed
  • or just send us an email or call Paul Bodenham, who is managing the project, on 07470 907656.