The March issue of the NW NJPN E BULLETIN leads with a statement from Church leaders concerned by the increasing cycle of violence in the Holy Land. One year on from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Pax Christi International expresses deep concern for the countless victims of a war that has led to death, injury, displacement, trauma, and ecological harm. Joseph Kelly reports on the uncertain situation for Ukrainian refugees here in the UK as the war drags on whilst Professor Ian Linden examines the background that links Putin’s war and South Africa. Other topics featured are Climate Action, the 25TH Anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, a look at Pope Francis’ papacy ten years on, CAFOD news from Lancaster diocese and upcoming events in Liverpool archdiocese, including a Romero Anniversary Memorial Mass followed by a talk from Peggy Healy. Ellen Teague reports on NJPN’s recent online Networking Day on ‘Cost of Living Crisis – Living or Existing’ and has advance news of this July’s NJPN Conference on the theme ‘Sustainability? Survival or Shutdown’. All this and a packed diary.
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