'Under magnification [of Romero's trousers] it became clear that [there] were salt crystals - the residue of a sudden and profuse sweat... One cannot but think of the Garden of Gethsemane.'
Do our penal practices contribute to the common good, or do we need to think more carefully about our response to crime?
JRS volunteer, Br Joseph Emmanuel describes his experience of serving, accompanying and defending refugees affected by poverty and homelessness.
Is Catholic Social Teaching starting to capture the political imagination? Dr Anna Rowlands explores the increasing interest of UK politicians in the Church’s ‘best-kept secret’.
Gerald MacCarthy looks closely at Catholic journalist Javier Sicilia’s campaign to tackle drug-related violence, which even included a visit to the Vatican.
Who was Alberto Hurtado and, sixty years after his death, how is his passion for justice being lived out in East London?
Tue 2 Jun (Mark 12:13-17): Dr Marion Smith encourages us to ask ourselves what Jesus's response to his challengers demands of us as members of society.
The World Economic Forum in Davos begins today under the cloud of the IMF’s warning of the risks that the eurozone crisis poses to the global economy.
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