The Pope's Teachings - Friendship, Justice & Peace - Tuesday 2nd August, 7:30-9pm
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The Justice & Peace Group hope you will join us in a brief evening of shared reflection and discussion of Pope Francis' teachings on a new vision of fraternity and social friendship - Fratelli Tutti - taken from the words of St. Francis of Assisi who "sowed seeds of peace and walked alongside the poor, the abandoned, the infirm and the outcast, the least of his brothers and sisters" to "inspire the vision of a fraternal society".

It will be a hybrid event, with some joining online using Zoom and others in person in the Parish Meeting Room at St. Laurence, Milton Road, Cambridge. 

We have adapted some text and discussion questions from Fratelli Tutti Study Guide (Franciscan Media), and will focus on Chapter 2 - "A Stranger on the Road" - with related reflections on the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37)

For the Zoom link, please email events@justice-and-peace-cambridge.orgHope you can join us!

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[Archive - some previous events]

J&P Stations of the Cross - Wednesdays in Lent (9th March - 13th April), 7:30pm
The Justice & Peace Group invite you to join them online at 7:30 (until about 8:10) every Wednesday evening in Lent, from 9th March through 13th April.
Reflections based on Pope Francis's encyclical "Fratelli Tutti" will guide our thoughts.
Details are on (and on the Cambridge Justice and Peace Group Facebook page) - for the Zoom link, please email events@justice-and-peace-cambridge.orgHope you can join us!

"Let Us Dream ..." Reflections on Pope Francis' book - 20th July (2021), 7:30pm

Notes for Discussion:

Please join Justice & Peace Group members on 20th July 7:30-8:30pm for an online discussion and reflection on Pope Francis' recent book Let Us Dream: The Path to a Better Future, co-authored with the London-based Catholic writer Austen Ivereigh.

   Pope Francis calls on us to prepare a fairer, safer world that can emerge from current crises. He says "To come out of this crisis better, we have to see clearly, choose well and act right." Join us to explore some of these ideas. No need to have read the book to take part. More details from