The Norwich Secular Franciscans are holding a series of events this autumn including talks about St Francis in St John’s Cathedral.
The talks are entitled ‘Who is St Francis and how does he fit into modern life?’ and are being held on Friday November 4 at 7pm, repeated on Monday November 21 at 11am. Both talks will be held in Macs Bar at Saint John’s Cathedral.
An event that takes place weekly is the feeding of the homeless on a Wednesday evening undertaken by some members of the fraternity, accompanied occasionally by a couple of elderly ladies who come especially from Cromer along with their home bakes. The group is looking for new volunteers.
Anyone interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Frances on 07484 634328.
Montana House in Great Barton, near Bury St Edmunds, currently has two flats available in Oakhampton House and one room in the Care Home.
If you or someone you know if interested in receiving supported care from the Sisters please contact Sr Thaya Moses on email@example.com
Thursday October 27 is the anniversary of the passing of the Abortion Act since which 10 million unborn children have been legally aborted in the UK.
March for Life UK will be hosting its third annual solemn public witness to mark this date in Parliament Square on October 27 from 12.30 – 2pm.
If you would like to come, there’s no need to register. Please wear black or as dark clothes as possible and bring an umbrella or waterproofs in case of showers. Please don’t bring any posters or banners as March for Life will be supplying them. More information is available at www.marchforlife.co.uk
Pictured above are the Norwich Secular Franciscans. Below are young people from East Anglia at last year’s March for Life vigil in Parliament Square.