This ecumenical collection initially questions the directions in which prevention debates and theological reflection travel, not least in seeking to establish some common reference points. It movingly roots the discussion in the stories of real lives.
In the wake of the Labour Party’s worst local election results for forty years, Peter Scally SJ reflects on what has happened to Gordon Brown in the ten months since he became British Prime Minister, and what he needs to do now.
18 essays cover the life of Ignatius; the Society’s European foundations; early Jesuit missionary enterprises; the Jesuit contribution to arts & sciences; & the Jesuits’ role in the modern world.
Bioethicist, Dr David Jones, examines the ethical issues behind the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill.by dealing with ten frequently-asked questions.
London’s new mayor, Boris Johnson, is promising to focus on crime by promoting 24-hour policing, but security measures alone are an inadequate response to a violence which stems in part from young people’s unsatisfied desire for respect, a
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