A group of CAFOD supporters from Woodbridge Parish combined with supporters from the served parish of Framlingham walked in solidarity with refugees on Saturday 16th of June. Sixteen people and one dog walked three miles each, so clocked up a total of 48 miles!
Claire from Framlingham, who helped to organise the walk, said, “It was wonderful to share such a peaceful time with fellow parishioners and reflect on the stories we read about ordinary people needing our help when their lives are turned upside down.”
Share the Journey is a CAFOD campaign, that responds to Pope Francis’ words in Laudato Si about the solidarity with refugees and migrants. As he said, “Every stranger who knocks at our door is an encounter with Jesus Christ, who identifies with the welcomed and rejected strangers of every age.”
If you want to read more about Share the Journey of organise a walk in your parish please get in touch with us or check out more in CAFOD Share the Journey Resources.