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Robert, from Uganda, has been granted asylum. This is great news. Robert has thanked the many christian and other organisations which have helped him. St Chrysostom’s has had a part in this. Robert writes saying “Huge thanks to all members … Continue reading
I have just spent 2 weeks with a group of students on a field trip to Uganda, Admos Chimhowu writes. Many of the students want to work in developing countries after they graduate. Trips like this help them to see … Continue reading
St Chrysostom’s is helping host this year’s conference of the Society of Catholic Priests. It’s a privilege to welcome priests from all over the country, and from Wales and Ireland too. One of those who gave a welcome to Manchester … Continue reading
“Hundreds of people in Uganda’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community have fled the country to escape homophobia and persecution.” (BBC 10th November 2015). Uganda is one of the most repressive countries for gay and lesbian people. This year, … Continue reading
We’re a wonderfully varied people at St C’s and that’s expressed in lots of different ways, not least in the choice of favourite churches. It’s wonderful to think of the many links we have with brother and sister Christians around … Continue reading