Nov 12, 2017 by

from Aid to the Church in Need UK:

#RedWednesday 2017 will bring together Christians and other faith communities in the UK in a positive and untied vision of religious belief. Stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians and all who suffer for their peacefully held beliefs.

We will be holding a week of events from the 18th – 26th November with #RedWednesday as the highlight on Wednesday 22nd November

18th November 2017

Walk of Witness – More to be confirmed

22nd November 2017 #RedWednesday Event London

Venue: Westminster Cathedral Piazza

Event:  Join us for a evening of solidarity and witness for our persecuted brothers and sisters. This is an important opportunity to come together in solidarity and to stand up for faith and freedom.

Time: 6:00pm Gather for music and film | 6:30pm Illumination of Westminster Cathedral, speakers, film and prayer

22nd November 2017 #RedWednesday Event Norwich

Venue: The Roman Catholic Cathedral of John the Baptist, Unthank Road, Norwich NR2 2PA
Event: #RedWednesday Mass
Time: 7:00pm
Celebrant: Bishop Alan Hopes

ALL are welcome, the Cathedral will be lit red on the evening for #RedWednesday and in solidarity with persecuted Christians and other persecuted minorities

26th November 2017

Go to Mass for Someone Who Cannot

Aid to the Church in Need is asking every Catholic to make the small sacrifice of going to one extra Mass to pray for one of the 200 million Christians who are facing the threat of persecution for their faith and even risking death to receive Jesus in The Eucharist.

Will you go to one extra Mass and offer it for a persecuted Christian? Bring hope to the persecuted Church.

27th November 2017

Going, Going, Gone? The Last Chance to Save and Return the Christian Middle East

Persecuted but Not Forgotten – A lecture by John Pontifex, Aid to the Church in Need UK’s Head of Press and Information.

By kind invitation of Bishop Hlib Lonchyna

Followed by a Reception: £10 Donation, proceeds to ACN UK. All welcome. RSVP johnchrysostom@btinternet.com

Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Holy Family
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