There are some great events in Birmingham coming up this March: Find out more about how we work with policy-makers, why writing to your MP can make a big difference and attend the beautiful Romero Mass. See more details below:
“Raising our voices against poverty: How CAFOD works with policy-makers”
A talk by Neil Thorns, CAFOD’s Director of Advocacy and Communications. Saturday 8th March 2014, Grimshaw Room at St Chad’s Cathedral, 10.30am-12pm.This event is hosted by the Catholic Women’s League and is open to all
“Being a CAFOD MP Correspondent: why it makes a difference”
A discussion with Neil Thorns, CAFOD’s Director of Advocacy and Communications and Callum Hood, Parliamentary Assistant to Ian Austin, MP. Saturday 8th March 2014, the Polish Centre, Bordesley St, Birmingham B5 5PH, 2.30pm-4pm. (less than 5 mins walk from Moor St station and Carrs Lane). This event is open to all – do join us.
The annual Romero Mass celebrates the life of Archbishop Romero and the work of justice & peace in the Archdiocese of Birmingham
2pm Wednesday 26 March 2014 St Chad’s Cathedral, Birmingham.
Mass will be celebrated by His Grace, Archbishop Bernard Longley
Mass will be followed by light refreshments and a talk by Julian Filochowski, Chair of the Archbishop Romero Trust
Take a look at our poster, and use it to spread the word in your parish or school.