Introductions to the core concepts of Catholic Social Teaching and action, for individuals and particular groups.
Anna Chaplaincy offers a supported route to train and recognise parishioners who visit and listen to older people, including those resident in care homes.
Supporting the Catholic community to develop spiritual and pastoral care for mental health.
Covid-19 Toolkit for Catholic Parishes and Caritas Diocesan Agencies 23 April 2020 Caritas Social Action Network and the St Vincent de Paul Society (England and Wales) have released a toolkit […]
Guidance for individual Catholics on how to engage with policy makers.
Young adults have a huge amount to offer the Church, in how it lives the Gospel authentically in the modern world and as it looks for new ways to challenge […]
A guide for parishes on learning from and caring for older people, from the Diocese of Leeds.
England and Wales face a long term housing crisis. We show how churches can contribute to local action on housing.
'Reaching Out' is a starting point for parishes looking to review or develop group activities with older people.
Practical and spiritual support for those faced with death and dying.
Local networks of young professionals, mostly in their 20s and 30s, and older neighbours, socialising and helping one another in cities.
THOMAS (Those on the Margins of Society) was established by a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Salford, to address drug and alcohol misuse. THOMAS delivers a range of holistic […]
How to tackle the widespread practice of forcing people into slavery, including in England and Wales.
Many churches report seeing more people suffering from mental ill-health - here are some helpful tips.