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Apostle Advertising, UK
We offer advertising opportunities in many different Catholic publications

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Archbishop`s House - Southwark, UK
A warm and welcoming Chaplaincy in the Southwark Diocese.

Organisation

Archdiocese of Birmingham - Birmingham, UK
Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham, England

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Archdiocese of Cardiff (Caerdydd) - Cardiff, UK
Archdiocese of Cardiff (Caerdydd)

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Archdiocese of Liverpool - Carnatic Road, UK
The Archdiocese of Liverpool extends from the Mersey to the Ribble and encompasses parts of Lancashire, north Cheshire, Greater Manchester and the Isle of Man. The Catholic population of this area is 574,150 (November 2013)

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Archdiocese of Southwark Chaplaincy for Deaf & Hard of Hearing People, UK
Information for Deaf People

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Ashton-in-Makerfield
Pastoral Area Number 21 in the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

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Association of Blind Catholics - East Anglia
Organisation in the Diocese of East Anglia

Organisation > Diocesan

Association of Blind Catholics - Salford, UK
Organisation in the Diocese of Salford

Organisation > Diocesan

Association of Blind Catholics - England and Wales
The only service the ABC now provides is a talking-book lending library.

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Association of Interchurch Families - England and Wales, UK
The Association offers a support network for interchurch families, where husband and wife are practicing Christians committed to different Churches, usually a Catholic and a Christian of another communion, for partners and parents, for growing children and young adults. It also offers an information service to all concerned for their welfare (clergy and ministers, relatives and others). AIF gives interchurch families a voice in the churches: this is done by articulating the experience of these families in all their diversity, by focusing attention on interchurch couples` need for pastoral care which takes seriously both their marriage commitment to one another and the fact that two churches are represented in their family, by affirming at local, national and global level the gifts of interchurch families and their potential as a catalyst for the wider unity of Christians.

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Association of Interchurch Families - Northampton
The Association offers a support network for interchurch families, where husband and wife are practicing Christians committed to different Churches, usually a Catholic and a Christian of another communion, for partners and parents, for growing children and young adults. It also offers an information service to all concerned for their welfare (clergy and ministers, relatives and others). AIF gives interchurch families a voice in the churches: this is done by articulating the experience of these families i n all their diversity, by focusing attention on interchurch couples` need for pastoral care which takes seriously both their marriage commitment to one another and the fact that two churches are represented in their family, by affirming at local, national and global level the gifts of interchurch families and their potential as a catalyst for the wider unity of Christians.

Organisation > Diocesan

Association of Interchurch Families - Arundel & Brighton
Organisation in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton

Organisation > Diocesan

Association of Interchurch Families - Salford
The Association exists for the mutual help and support of families where husband and wife are committed to different church allegiances (usually a Roman Catholic and a Christian of another communion) and to act as voice in the Churches for these families further promoting Christian Unity

Organisation > Diocesan

Association of the Ladies of Charity - Salford Diocese, UK
The Association was founded by St Vincent de Paul In 1617. The aims of the Association are to visit the elderly, the sick and the lonely in their homes and also in hospitals or nursing homes giving them spiritual and practical help or simply keeping them company. There are seven active branches in the diocese working in close conjunction with members of parish SVP societies.

Organisation > Diocesan

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