"Finding yourself banned from working, unable to access support and without secure accommodation is, of course, especially hard with the weather getting colder. With rising prices, refugee friends often struggle to afford food - so even a decent meal is beyond reach. The JRS UK social drop-in is a space where refugee friends can escape these challenges, coming together for warmth, food, and friendship. Your generosity this Advent will help more people find friendship, food and warmth in 2024 and beyond." - JRS UK
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Ratcliffe College in Leicestershire has named their new English Centre in honour of Willie Doyle.
A parish in Sunderland learnt a lot during lockdown and has shared this with us.
This is a new opportunity to produce two pilot podcasts which will engage a younger audience
The Manchester Universities’ Catholic Society retreat was held at Savio House in the Peak District