Pax Christi Podcasts

Podcasts from or involving  Pax Christi Scotland

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Marian Pallister on Radio Alba July 31st 2022 - The Courage of Jennifer

Marian Pallister - Peace Encyclicals: July 2022

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba June 26th 2022 - The Cost of Living Crisis

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba May 29th 2022 - Children in Need

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba April 24th 2022 - Peace requires working for justice

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba March 27th 2022 reflecting on Nuclear Disarmament

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba February 27th 2022 reflecting on ending Discrimination

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba January 30th 2022 reflecting on the UN World Day of Social Justice

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba December 26th 2021, reflecting on the year past

Marian Pallister interviews Br Peter Tabichi on Education in Kenya, 17 December 2021

A UNESCO report issued on December 8, 2021 says that the COVID-19 pandemic is rolling back progress on key childhood challenges such as poverty, health and access to education - a threat to future stability. On 17 December 2021 Pax Christi Scotland chair Marian Pallister talked to inspirational Kenyan teacher Brother Peter Mokaya Tabichi, winner of the 2019 Global Teacher Award, about giving children faith in themselves to secure a peaceful world.

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba November 28th 2021, reflecting on a month to remember

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba October 31 2021, reflecting on the beginning of the COP26 Conference

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba September 26 2021 reflecting on the United Nations International Day of the Eradication of Poverty

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba August 29 2021 reflecting on the COP 26 Summit due to be held in Glasgow in November

Marian Pallister on Radio Alba July 25 2021 reflecting on the UN International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, on 9th August

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Marian Pallister on Radio Alba July 16 2021

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What is going on with Scottish Police in Sri Lanka?

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