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Pax Christi has encouraged faith groups to join with thousands of others at the Stop Trident demonstration in London on Saturday 27 February, challenging the Government's plans to renew or replace Trident, Britain’s nuclear weapons system.
The Pax Christi Advent Peace Service and alternative Christmas Market with goods from Palesti
Participants in a conference sponsored by arms companies found Christians celebrating Holy Communion on the steps of the Church House Conference Centre this morning.
Pope Francis last week attacked the “duplicity” of those who profit from the arms trade but “call themselves Christian”.
At its Annual General Meeting in London on 6 June, Pax Christi celebrated women peacemakers and the work of its General Secretary, Pat Gaffney over 25 years.
Pax Christi members and supporters from around the country will gather in London on 6 June to celebrate 70 years of the movement which was founded in France in 1945.
On 13 April, Pax Christi and Quaker Peace and Social Witness will join the Global Day of Action on Military Spending (GDAMS) in challenging the $1.75 trillion annual spend on the military and on war.
The UK's involvement in the global arms trade, its role in the world and Trident are some of the issues explored in a new General Election Briefing from Pax Christi and other Christian peace groups.
Members of Pax Christi will be among hundreds of others taking part in a nonviolent blockade of Atomic Weapons Establishment Burghfield from 7.00am on 2 March 2015.
Catholic parishes in England and Wales will celebrate Peace Sunday on 18 January, sharing the 2015 message of Pope Francis on slavery and freedom.
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