6th November 2022
Dorothy Day and the body of Christ
The gospel-based witness to non-violence that Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement bore was initially countercultural in both contemporary American society and the Church, but their convictions were ultimately confirmed by the teaching office of the Church.
12th October 2022
A seamless ethic for siblings all: the hope of Fratelli tutti
Drawing on papal texts from Pope Leo XIII’s Rerum novarum to Pope Francis’ Fratelli tutti, Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ considers how authentic human development requires us to recognise and treat one another as sibling offspring of God.
12th October 2022
My Tsunami Journey
Mark Dowd's account of the making of his TV documentary ‘Tsunami: Where Was God?’ is readable, funny, tragic and thoughtful, all at the same time.
30th September 2022
What is a brother?
Sr Margaret Atkins encourages us to think about the scriptural, cultural and social resonances of the familiar but often under-explored language of brother- and sisterhood, and thus enrich our relationships and encounters.
21st September 2022
A future with migrants and refugees: a challenge and a hope
To a society that is becoming increasingly hostile to those in need of sanctuary, Pope Francis’ message for World Day of Migrants and Refugees on 25 September 2022 is strikingly countercultural.
9th September 2022
The power of simple virtues: Queen Elizabeth II and King Charles III
Through the lens of an encounter with the then Prince of Wales, Michael Barnes SJ considers how the place of faith in a secular society under the reign of the late Queen Elizabeth II will be maintained by a new King who has spoken of the value he places on faith.
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