News: CAFOD group run a fundraising produce stall

untitledThe CAFOD group from St Edmund King and Martyr in Bungay run monthly stalls at Fressingfield Produce Market, held at Sancroft Hall. The next market is on Saturday 21 October from 10am to 12 noon. Parish Volunteer Mary Kirk says,
‘We are blessed in having people who regularly provide cakes, sausage rolls (always popular!), scones, biscuits, jams, preserves, vegetables, flowers, eggs and plants. But we always need more help, so please get baking or harvesting and let’s make the October total the best yet.’
Have a look at the CAFOD web site to find out more about Connect 2

News: A Second Live Simply Week in Diss

22222025_1898649163495477_4728977169240495226_nThe parish of St Henry Morse in Diss combined Harvest Fast Day and Live Simply  last week.  A parish pilgrimage covered 10 miles from the Carmel at Quidenham to the parish church in Diss. Parishioners carried a Romero cross and shared reflections on the life and work of Blessed Oscar Romero along the way. The walk was part of the second parish Live Simply week which also included a theatre trip to see Rise Theatre’s Romero: Heartbeat of El Salvador, a talk on Operation Noah’s Bright Now campaign urging churches and religious communities to divest from fossil fuels, Fairtrade stalls, CAFOD Harvest Fast Day soup lunch, film shows (I, Daniel Blake and Brother Sun Sister Moon), youth group session on CAFOD’s Power to Be campaign, and a visit to the parish beehives.