Dominic Robinson

How should Christians respond to Climate Change?all are welcome to this informative panel discussion on how we might respond to this important issue.Panel:Chris Bain - Director of CAFODBaroness Liddell of CoatdykeLama Gelongma Zangmo - Tibetan Buddhist Meditiation centre for World Peace and HealthChair:Fr Dominic Robinson SJ - Superior of Mount St Jesuit CommunityTo reserve your place please follow this link
Zerene Haddad of JRS Syria and Fr Dominic Robinson at a food bank in Lebanon
“Why don’t you come out to Lebanon to see where the money is going?”.  So suggested Zerene Haddad, the dynamic young regional co-ordinator of the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in the Middle East.  Zerene was visiting London in July and called in at Farm Street, the Jesuit parish and centre in the heart of London, to see how our Aid for Syria appeal was going. The Farm Street Aid for Syria project began in April with three aims.  Firstly, to pray for peace and reconciliation...
Tony, the blog writer, taking a break on his back at the side of the road
Continuing the blog from the intrepid Camino walkers from Farm Street Church in aid of Syrian refugees.To all those of you who are heartily sick of hearing me complain about my blisters I have a very special treat in store for you. The heat yesterday was so intense that my backpack - coupled with my own sweat took a couple of layers of skin off of my back. Andrea has just very kindly slathered me in miraculous cream so I write to you this afternoon lying on my front in my hotel-bed, slippery as...
An image of the mountains in Spain
I used to have an aunt who wasn't an aunt but a family friend. The only problem with Proxy-Aunt was that no-one could remember whose friend she was or indeed which branch of the family she had previously befriended. So in mind of this cautionary tale let me introduce you to our cast of characters - those mad creatures who will be walking, walking, walking over Northern Spain to raise money for upwards of twenty million Syrian refugees. Firstly there is our mentor, the woman who put the...
Farm Street Church hall in Mayfair, central London was packed for the first Faith Matters Question Time session, which considered Pope Francis' vision for the Church and what it means for the world. The panel was comprised of Labour peer Baron Maurice Glasman; Julian Coman, assistant editor of The Observer; Lib-Dem MP Sarah Teather and Catholic poet Sarah de Nordwall. They discussed topics including the Prayer Encounter at the Vatican when the Israeli and Palestinian leaders prayed with the...