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Report from annual J&P Network conference

Independent Catholic News

On the bright, sunny weekend of 18 – 20 July over 350 J&P activists from across England and Wales gathered at Swanwick for “Hear My People Cry”, the 30th annual National Justice and Peace Network conference, organised in this year of the Capital of Culture by Liverpool archdiocese J&P Commission. The conference aimed to shine the light of faith-filled living onto some of the undersides of modern life, without leaving people feeling that they were powerless to work for change. Before looking at some of the problems faced in communities, Fr Tom Cullinan reminded delegates about the Pastoral Cycle. There was a sigh of recognition when he pointed out that all charisms have their shadow side and that the shadow for J&P is self-righteousness. Thus forewarned, delegates were invited to See – Judge ­ Act. Continue reading Report from annual J&P Network conference