It was Bishop John Arnold’s turn to celebrate Mass for the sick, their families, healthcare workers, and carers on Thursday, June 4.

In his homily, Bishop Arnold said he believed that we are being asked to “think globally” about health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic. How we care for our common home as custodians of the environment, he said, was one of a number of inter-connected global factors impacting on our care for each other.

The Bishop of Salford, and Chair of the Catholic aid and development charity CAFOD, said he hoped we emerge from the pandemic thinking about the world around us and what we can do to make it a better place for all – especially the poorest and most vulnerable.

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