The Archbishop of Westminster has delivered a major lecture on the shape of the Catholic Church in England and Wales since the restoration of the hierarchy.
The bushfires in south eastern Australia this month have claimed the lives of over 200 people. On Ash Wednesday, the anniversary of the 1983 fires in the same region, Beth Crisp discusses why the widespread need to attribute blame for the
Throughout the season of Lent, Thinking Faith will offer a series of reflections on how practicing austerity affects and benefits our own lives and the lives of those around us. In the first article of this series, Joe Egerton look
Talk about AIDS is dominated by medical and sociological theories, yet none of these theories have actually sought to articulate a dialogue that is rooted in the African worldview, until now.
In the final part of the 2009 Archbishop Romero Lecture, Dean Brackley SJ spoke of the need for the global community to grow in support of one another to make this the ‘Century of Solidarity’.
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