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Since the Second Vatican Council, Catholics have been called to respond to "the signs of the times"; we have decided to follow this call by making ourselves a website that works properly. houses information about our community and the broader Catholic Worker movement, as well as an archive of all the posts and newsletters featured on our previous website. The newsletter archive currently goes back to 2005, with older editions to be added soon. This blog will carry news about our events as before, and we'll be able to update it much more regularly with other articles. If you would like to write - or have already written - anything relevant to the intersection of religion and social justice, we'll be very happy to host it here if you send it to us.

Giuseppe Conlon House, our house of hospitality and, as of recently, a registered charity, has its own new website which you can visit here:

Public meeting 7.30pm 24th April 2024 at London Catholic Worker, 49 Mattison Road, London, N4 1BG

War Massacres Innocents. Ceasefire Now!

Chris Cole and Virginia Moffat talking at London Catholic Worker about their 'blood on your hands' action at Downing Street. Along with Kirsten from CAAT (Campaign Against Arms Trade) and Mil Rai from Peace News.

Resisting UK complicity in Israel's War on Palestine

Public Meeting: 7.30pm, 24 AprilVenue: London Catholic Worker 49 Mattison Road, London N4 1BG

With Virginia Moffatt & Chris Cole, Kirsten Bayes and a speaker from the International Centre of Justice for Palestinians.

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Read out at the April 2024 Prayer Vigil at the Home Office for Victims of Global Migration

The names and details of those people who have died trying to obtain sanctuary in Europe or the UK. We share them here so as to honour their lives and mourn the injustice of their deaths. Many are unknown, but as Pope Francis said, "Everyone has a name, a face and a story". Here we mark those who died in April 2023.

Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace. Amen.

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