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14 Jan 2015 | Blog
With conflict dominating the headlines, we invite you to join with us to pray for a peaceful year ahead in 2015. This beautiful and timely prayer comes from Diana Sutherland, a supporter of CAFOD (Caritas UK).
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13 Aug 2014 | Blog | Middle East | Supporter action | Emergency Relief
With reports of dreadful violence in the Middle East, Caritas Australia is praying for peace in this troubled region. Join us as we pray for families who have lost loved ones, and those who will bear the scars of the fighting long after it is over.
Tags: Iraq, Peace, Gaza, Prayer, Syria | No comments
19 Nov 2013 | Blog | Supporter action
Australian communities have been praying for the people of the Philippines who have been devastated by Typhoon Haiyan. Caritas Australia has produced this prayer for the people affected by the typhoon based on the words of Cardinal Tagle of Manila.
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3 Oct 2013 | Blog | Supporter action
After all the recent media attention highlighting the ongoing conflict in Syria, students from St Kevin's Primary School in Benowa decided to step up and make a difference.
Tags: Social justice, fundraising, Syrian refugees, Prayer, school | No comments
5 Sep 2013 | Blog | Emergency Relief
As the tragic war in Syria continues to escalate, Pope Francis has called for a day of prayer and fasting for peace in Syria and throughout the world this Saturday, 7 September.
Tags: Peace, Syrian refugees, solidarity, Prayer, Pope Francis | No comments
12 Apr 2013 | Blog | Project Compassion | Supporter action
Anthony O’Connell, Religious Education Co-ordinator at the Mount Carmel School, loves the early morning sense of achievement as he pounds the pavement covering 15 kilometres before most people are even out of bed.
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Now I can bathe every day, the distance to collect water for the family has been drastically reduced.We now drink clean, safe water and diseases are no longer affecting us.”
- Thandolwayo, Zimbabwe