More than 30 cathedrals, churches and schools from the west coast of Scotland to the south coast of England have so far pledged to take part in #RedWednesday as the UK prepares to stand up for faith and freedom.
This summer, Aid to the Church in Need invites you all to raise funds in support of displaced and refugee Christians around the world.
On ‘Red Wednesday’ (23 November), Christians, Jews and Muslims will be uniting against religious persecution. Key religious buildings will be flood-lit in red.
The head of the Middle East’s Franciscans said more help is needed to keep Christians in the region – as an international conference on Syria’s refugee crisis got underway in London.
One year on from the mass exodus 120,000+ Christians from Qaraqosh following an invasion by Daesh (ISIS), an international Catholic charity has announced new projects providing emergency aid and much needed pastoral support for displaced people in Iraq.
A youth movement devoted to the traditional Latin liturgy will be having a series of Masses offered for persecuted Christians.
A job opportunity has opened up for a Press & Digital Media Officer at ACN.
A comprehensive report on the struggle for religious freedom in countries throughout the world is expected to make a significant contribution to a subject that has become a defining issue of our times.
Westminster Youth Ministry is pleased to announce a new partnership with Aid to the Church in Need.