Six years ago this month, Chile completed a reform of its criminal justice system that changed the way in which judicial administration was carried out.
A report published this week by the Home Affairs Committee claims that the number of asylum seekers who have been granted leave to remain in the UK means that ‘in practice an amnesty has taken place’, although this has been denied by minis
Using Romero’s own words, Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ gives an account of the martyr’s life. How did a formerly conservative priest rediscover his roots to become a champion of the oppressed?
Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ, who worked with many of the El Salvador martyrs, tells their stories and gives an insight into the Church teaching that lay behind their deep commitment to justice.
This book chronicles part of the journey of the Catholic Church amidst the turmoil of a changing global society and the work for social justice of the Society of Jesus.
This is a collection of sermons delivered in the first decade of the 21st Century at the Episcopal Church of St James, by Northcott – an Anglican priest who is also Professor of Ethics at the University of Edinburgh. In each sermon he demonstrates both his rigorous knowledge of contemporary environmental and scientific issues and his profound understanding of Christian theology.
On 24 January 2011, Mexican bishop and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Bishop Samuel Ruiz Garcia died at the age of 86. His work with and for the indigenous people of his diocese in the south of Mexico ensured that he became a well-known and much-respected figure in Latin America. Gerald MacCarthy describes the life of a man whose episcopacy spanned four decades of enormous change in Mexico, both within and outside of the Church.
On Thursday 12 March, our gospel is the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. The parable shows in a dramatic fashion how religious words on their own are not enough.
One of the many ways in which the Catholic Church contributes to the struggle against HIV and AIDS in Africa is through education. With the support of the African Jesuit AIDS Network, a recent campaign in a Jesuit parish in Tanzania aimed to inform the values and behaviour of young people in their approach to HIV and AIDS.
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