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Bellerive FCJ Catholic college in Liverpool participates in "livesimply" project

LiveSimply simply: a call for true progress, not just economic growth

livesimply is a radical call to look hard at our lifestyles, and to choose to:
                                   live simply, sustainably and in solidarity with the poor.

Member organisations of the livesimply network within the Catholic Church in England and Wales include CAFOD (the Development fund of the Welsh and English Hierarchy), Pax Christi and Catholic Youth Services. The special website is at

livesimply marks the 40th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s prophetic encyclical, Populorum Progressio (On the Development of Peoples). This lays out the Church’s social teaching in face of the poverty and injustice of the developing world, and calls on us to live a new kind of life.

Launched in Advent 2006 and running through 2007, livesimply is a challenge to reach our own full human potential through reflection, celebration and action for justice.

Bellerive schooll logo.Schools have been encouraged to develop Lenten teaching resources using the livesimply material.  Those developed by Bellerive FCJ Catholic College in Liverpool include;

a lent calendar and
an accompanying lent daily prayers and reflections

which can be found on the livesimply website by clicking here.

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