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     To follow the vision of our foundress Catherine McAuley in her love for the  poor -
     Part of the Convent has been set aside to be used for the sole benefit of serving
     the most deprived families in this multicultural and multifaith community.

           ‘I would rather be cold and hungry than that God’s poor should be
     deprived of any consolation in my power to give them.’

     We aim to provide a place where we can uplift the heart and mind of the poor,
     by showing them a real concern for their plight, in offering them practical
     help and care. 

 At our Centre we network with other Faith Groups and Organizations who provide similar care for women and children.We are also founder memebers of Birmingham Citizens,  a social justice network based at
149-153 Alcester Road, Birmingham B13 9PS, Phone: 0121 449 2626


    
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