Peter Knott SJ examines how and why Christian values in the workplace can promote effective management: what makes a good manager?
After Thabo Mbeki confirmed on 19th September that he would be stepping down as President, what lies ahead for South Africa?
Having recently returned from East Africa where he visited projects run by Cafod and its partners, Bishop John Arnold reflects on the challenges of working with communities that have been devastated by war and poverty, and on the signs of
As a long-awaited deal outlining power sharing in Zimbabwe is announced, David Harold-Barry SJ reflects on what this will mean for the people of Zimbabwe, and reflects on the continuing struggles and hopes of the population.
The British Government’s approach to faith communities and inter-faith relations was set out earlier this year by Hazel Blears, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, in a ‘framework for partnership in our multi faith
Despite the challenges they may present to and face in US civil society, the vibrant presence of immigrants is a blessing for the Church, argues Nathan Stone.
Dr Walter Fernandes SJ and Dr Alphonsus D'Souza SJ reflect on the social and political history of India, and examine how religion has played both a unifying and a divisive role in the country.
The growing threat of persecution against Christians in Pakistan was made clear to Pope Benedict XVI at a 2007 meeting with the country's bishops. John Pontifex assesses the risks.
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