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CARJ Trustee writes for The Tablet

At the second anniversary of the death of George Floyd, Nalini Nathan reflects on the journey our society has been on since then and asks, what has changed within the Catholic community. Please see the article at this link below. The hope that synodality will offer Black and Asian Catholics...

CARJ Synodality Report

On the invitation of Pope Francis and the Bishops of England and Wales, CARJ ran synodality sessions in Nov 2021. A written report on the lessons that have emerged from the sessions is at the link below https://mcusercontent.com/3d2b3ff9853eab9381ba677d5/files/e100ecc9-e9fb-cbd8-158a-71dda217ad55/CARJ_Synodality_Sessions_Report_Feb_2022.pdf

Vacancy at CAFOD

Closing for applications- 18th May A vacancy has become available in the team for a Primary Schools CPD Coordinator. This is a one-year post to work with teachers to help them embed global justice into the curriculum. Please visit the link below for more information on the position and to...

Vacancy- Assistant Lead Chaplain(s) at Margaret Clitherow Trust

Margaret Clitherow Trust (Reg Charity No. 1163629) works with vulnerable and marginalised Traveller communities across the UK. They are seeking to recruit one or two Assistant Lead Chaplain(s) to develop their pastoral care and spiritual services, overseeing a team of volunteer chaplains for 8 – 16 hours per week- £5,570...

Opportunity for All – Strong Schools with Great Teachers

A new white paper was presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Education on March 2022. The White Paper can be viewed at this link https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1063602/Opportunity_for_all_strong_schools_with_great_teachers_for_your_child__print_version_.pdf

CARJ During the Pandemic

Report of CARJ Activities (Jan 2020 – Dec 2021) Covid 19 has been with us for the past two years.  During that time, CARJ has been very busy, and this Report is meant to briefly outline some of the main activities in which CARJ has been engaged during that time....

Sunday is Racial Justice Sunday!

Sunday 13th February is Racial Justice Sunday This year, Racial Justice Sunday will take place on 13 February 2022 for all the Churches in England & Wales. We would encourage CARJ members and friends to promote this event in their parishes.  For Catholics, the theme is "In the Image and Likeness of...

CARJ Briefing on School Exclusions

This Briefing will explore the impact of school exclusion and alternative provision on young people, especially those from some ethnic minority groups. It will go on to discuss the wider question as to how we support young people to feel they belong in a diverse society like the UK today....

Watch the Recordings of CARJ’s Synodality Sessions

In response to a call from Pope Francis for the entire world to enter into a conversation around the concept of synodality, CARJ held two listening sessions on 20th and 27th November 2021 to consider the theme of Participation, Communion and Mission, through the lens of racial justice and inclusion....

Racial Justice Sunday 2022

Theme: "In the Image and Likeness of God" This year’s Racial Justice Sunday falls on 13 February 2022. The theme is "In the Image and Likeness of God" celebrating different presentations of the Holy Family from different countries and cultures. Resources from the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales can...