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Salford leads the way as Church aims to welcome more refugee families

The Diocese of Salford has appointed a full-time officer to help parishes host Syrian refugees.

Sean Ryan, the new officer, has led a pioneering scheme at the parish of St Monica’s, Flixton, which has been supporting a newly-arrived Syrian family since November. St Monica’s is the first parish in the country to join the Government’s Community Sponsorship Scheme. Cardinal Nichols has recently encouraged parishes to join the project .

Now, funded by donations from Catholics in the diocese, Ryan will take up a full-time post with Caritas Salford, helping parishes to get involved.

Read more here .

Posted on 7 May, 2021