DIOCESAN & NATIONAL EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Missionaries of the Poor
Fr Michael Johnstone is again taking a group to Kingston, Jamaica in January to work as volunteers with the Missionaries of the Poor. Anyone aged over 18, male or female, is welcome to join the group.
Further information from Fr Michael – tel 01603 664118; email firstname.lastname@example.org
Diocesan Marriage Tribunal
Available for those needing to ‘regularise’ or simply to talk through their marital situation, perhaps following breakdown or divorce, the Tribunal may be contacted in confidence, direct by telephone (01508 495168), email (email@example.com) or through the website www.rcdea.org.uk/marriage-tribunal
Office hours are 9 am – 1pm Monday to Friday.
Fr Paul Madison collaborates with this organisation in arranging pilgrimages for parishes and other groups, to the Holy Land and other destinations. ‘Pilgrimage strengthens our common faith’.
Profits are used to support projects in health, education and economic development in Christian communities in the Holy Land.
Itineraries are available from Fr Martin.
Our diocese is participating in the provision of accommodation for refugees from Syria, which is organised on a nationwide basis.
For further details please visit: www.suffolkrefugee.org.uk
Our Diocesan Information
The Diocese of East Anglia has a number of Website and Social Media resources which schools and parishes can use, free of charge.
Please click here to go to our “Links Page” to access the range of web sites and social media accounts published by the Diocese.
To find out more about what is happening in the Diocese please have a look at the diocesan website www.rcdea.org.uk
For Young People – IGNITE LITE
This is made up of young Catholics aged 16-30 who are seeking to grow in their faith.
Members are invited to come and help at various events run by the full-time Ignite Team around the Diocese when available.
Weekend retreats during the year offer times of practical training in leadership and ministry with special provision for reflection, prayer and fellowship.
The Diocesan Youth Service website is at http://rcdea.org.uk/youth/
East Anglian Catholic History Society
When the 40th anniversary of our diocese was celebrated last year, a new Catholic History Society was formed which now has a membership of more than 100, with occasional meetings and heritage days in different locations around the diocese.
Details are given from time to time at catholiceastanglia2016.wordpress.com and membership information is available from firstname.lastname@example.org.