Grow Fruit and Vegetables for Me! how a personal conversion led to a beautiful parish garden Written by Nick Howells The Laudato Si Garden, based in Aberystwyth in the Diocese of Menevia, was inspired after I witnessed the fullness of Eucharistic life and living faith as never seen before in Medjugorje while on pilgrimage in […]
Dreaming of a better future as a deanery. Our first integral ecology activity day, looking at a positive vision of the future and how to get there
Changing our Church Spaces for Good – how a humble allotment in Leeds is serving the local community
changing our church spaces for good How a humble allotment in leeds is serving the local community Written by Trish Sandbach Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email Looking at the photographs of a neat productive, green, fecund allotment it is hard to imagine the same space […]
Our community garden is more than a vegetable patch, it is our teacher, it is becoming the ground of our encounter with the life-giving Spirit of Holiness. It is a place of work, nurture, encountered community and generosity. You can take home the produce that the ground gives to us.
16th-19th October 2020 Boarbank hall hosted a beautiful virtual retreat back in the autumn on the theme of “Living Laudato Si’: Your Planet and Your Parish”. The retreat brought together 50 participants to discuss practical ways that we can respond to our ecological crisis through parish action. The retreat was a resounding success, and we […]
Bethan Townsend, Journey to 2030 Parish Representative for the Catholic Parish of Bognor Regis, shares some of their highlights of 2020. This is an abridged version, but you can download her full report in the link at the bottom of the page. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a parish representative, email […]