CAPS are a network of Christians in Britain and Ireland promoting HIV prevention and support. CAPS aims to be a voice in the church for people living with HIV / AIDS, as well as a Catholic voice in the world of HIV / AIDS.
- to promote education and prevention, treatment, care and relevant pastoral ministry for all those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, particularly but not exclusively in the UK and Ireland.
- to promote the practical, financial, emotional, spiritual, sacramental and pastoral needs of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and to develop appropriate responses.
- to promote continuing reflection on all aspects of ethical, theological, and other challenges raised by HIV/AIDs, not least issues of social justice, through publication, seminars, and other relevant means.
CAPS also produce videos and resources for those living with HIV/AIDS, in their Positive Faith project.
Find out more: caps-uk.org
Stories featuring Catholics for AIDS Prevention and Support (CAPS)
How can we respond to the many distinct signs of suffering appearing in the wake of COVID-19?
Aug 28 2020
Ageing and long-term effects are emerging as issues for the HIV positive community. CAPS are the last remaining charity responding to pastoral and spiritual needs.
Feb 23 2020
Considering the experience of an HIV diagnosis through the Cross, and the lens of Passionist spirituality.
Apr 10 2019