The Trust promotes knowledge and awareness of the life and work of Archbishop Romero, encourages and organises prayer services and memorial liturgies annually on the anniversary of his death, and provides support to human rights and social justice initiatives in Latin America.
Website of The Friars, Aylesford. First founded in 1242 as the second friary to be founded in Britain by the Carmelite Order. Suppressed at the Reformation in 1538 Aylesford was re-founded in 1949 and flourishes today
The Bishopsâ€™ Conference of England and Wales is a permanent assembly of Catholic bishops in the two countries. It is an expression of the unity of the bishops. Through it they collectively proclaim the Gospel to the people of England and Wales.
The Bishops' Conference of Scotland is the permanently constituted assembly of the Roman Catholic Bishops of Scotland. To promote its work the Conference establishes a General Secretariat and various agencies, each of which advises the Conference according to its own competence.
CSAN is the umbrella organisation of charities with a Catholic ethos, providing professional social care within the UK. Our members provide services to marginalised and vulnerable children, adults and families of all faiths and none.
CSAN (Caritas Social Action Network) is the umbrella organisation of charities with a Catholic ethos, providing professional social care within the UK. Its members provide services to marginalised and vulnerable children, adults and families of all faiths and none.
The Carmelitana Collection is a private library belonging to the Carmelite Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary and is located at Whitefriars Hall in Washington D.C. The library is not open to the public but does welcome scholars and serious students who wish to research Carmelite Studies.
The Carmelite Order has a presence at the United Nations as a NGO (Non Governmental Organisation), upholding Christian values of maintaining peace, promoting justice, and upholding the integrity of God's Creation.