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Topic: Cafod

Typhoon Haiyan: What you can do

Practical ways of supporting the people of the Philippines

Bishops encourage schools to implement Living Wage

Initiative launched after deal between Unison and the Catholic Education Service

McBride felt ‘Catholic guilt’ while spinning for Labour

Cafod backs former spin doctor over publication of controversial memoirs

Our cathedrals can pull Britain out of depression

Two writers unveil a plan to help the country overcome economic crisis

‘Romero is loved by the poor, but hated by the rich’

In the first of a series of blog posts from El Salvador Miguel Cullen reports from the chapel where Archbishop Oscar Romero was assassinated

Vatican calls for global government to oversee markets

Vatican department says only a global government can rein in the ‘equalities and distortions of capitalist development’

Dignitary runs for the poor

Lord Mayor of Newcastle runs the final mile of the Great North Run barefoot in support of Catholic aid agency Cafod

British Catholics give £3m to Africa

Catholics in England, Wales and Scotland have donated more than £3 million for the east Africa famine

Pupils’ lives are changed

Pupils from two Catholic schools visit communities in Kenya with Cafod

MPs drink tea with Cafod at Westminster event

Cafod hosts a parliamentary event called Tea Time for Change at Westminster