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praxis newsletter

December 2019 edition

Over the past month, we have been exploring what it means to Love, Pray, Vote, as we head to the polling booth on Thursday. New political challenges make the call to love those around us through the way we engage in this election particularly pertinent. As we cast our vote, how can we carry with us the voice of the common good? You can find resources to help you explore this below.
In an advent season, we wait in anticipation for God’s arrival among us. And when God does come, he can be found as a child, with those normally kept on the margins called in close and a message of triumphant humility in his heart.
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Hannah & Roo, Editors, Joint Public Issues Team

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praxis newsletter

November 2019 edition

Since we last spoke, a lot has happened. We passed the October 31 Brexit deadline, and remained in the EU. After a series of votes, a General Election was called for December 12.

Over the past few months, the Brexit impasse has divided and coarsened debate, and has limited our ability to push for change on issues of justice and peace. This election is about more than just Brexit – it is an opportunity to call for justice and peace through our decision making. That’s why this campaign period, we’re inviting you to engage deeply and lovingly with those around you, and the options before us. Find out more below.

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Hannah & Roo, Editors, Joint Public Issues Team

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praxis newsletter

October 2019 edition

This month, we’ve seen the power of collective action. Over 100 of you wrote to your MPs, and we finally received a reply from the PM to our letter expressing concerns about the effect of a no-deal Brexit on those locked in poverty. Our Church leaders have spent time at the Labour and Conservative Party Conferences, and you’ve started buying tickets to our conference. You can find out about all of this, and more.
However, we realise that being people who care about justice and peace has been particularly tricky over the last few months. There hasn’t been much peace in UK political life, and the coming months do not look any less tumultuous.
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Hannah & Roo, Editors, Joint Public Issues Team

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