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Rooted in God’s life and love, we, the Faith and Justice Commission, come together to...

...be active in promoting JUSTICE, LOVE AND PEACE.
...identify the tensions experienced by people as they live their faith.
...support, nurture and celebrate each other.

In all our work, we attempt to use the methodology of the 'pastoral cycle', a prophetic, Christian way of examining the world and acting to change it.

This is what Yahweh asks of you: to act justly, love tenderly & walk humbly with your God” Micah 6:8



The F&J March 2017, the NW NJPN  Newsletter, and ideas for action in refugee crisis as well Ideas for action and news links from NJPN. Churches Together in Cumbria March   Newsletter

New Briefing on Nuclear Ban and current issue of Just Peace

Welcoming the Stranger - A guide   This intended for churches and other groups to help them find a way to respond positively to the refugee crisis. With easy to read sections and    important factual information the guide busts myths that have grown up to describe this national and global crisis. Importantly the document offers clear guidance and support to help church  communities, and others, offer practical help as they seek to welcome the stranger.  Written by  Liverpool Justice & Peace Commission in conjunction with other church leaders. There has been developed a Lancashire edition which is available at: http://www.cuf.org.uk/refugees-and-asylum-seekers-lancs

Caring for Creation day reports

Some parishioners from St Charles Borromeo Parish, in the Birmingham Archdiocese  have built an excellent website www.sp4climate.net to raise awareness of climate change, in support of Laudato Si’  Please share this.

Faith in the New Economy? talks from an excellent day in Kendal by Jonathan Dawson and David Midgley 


 The Catholic Church and Nuclear Weapons  leaflet from Pax Christi 

Opportunities for you to write or visit your MP in their local surgery to tell them why you have No Faith in Trident –Britain’s nuclear weapon system and why it should be scrapped. In 2006 the Catholic Bishops' Conference called the UK Government to set an example by decommissioning all UK nuclear weapons and so the plans for their replacement goes completely against our Bishops' call. (Hints to help with letter to MP)

lies we tell ourselves: ending comfortable myths about poverty  13 million people – including 3.6 million children – live in poverty in the UK today. This major new report shows how evidence and statistics have been misused, misrepresented and manipulated to create myths that blame and stigmatise the most vulnerable in society. 

From Pope Francis:Laudato Si' Care of Our Common Home and  Evangelii Gaudium To Share the Joy of Christianity