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Tomorrow morning (Sunday 7 December) I am taking part in a discussion on BBC Radio Scotland unpacking the ethics of inheritance, how it touches our heads and hearts, and how it relates to issues of social justice for this and future generations.
Christian Ecology Link is looking to increase its profile and the understanding of the role churches and others can play in environmental action.
In a country where 80 per cent of people are Catholic, local churches have played a crucial role in helping people prepare for Typhoon Hagupit.
So this is where I am today, Friday morning, having spent the night at the Hackney Autumn Night Shelter. My fellow overnight volunteer and I divide the hours into two shifts.
Christian Aid has hailed a major advance in work on the new global goals which will replace the Millennium Development Goals when they expire at the end of 2015.
Responding to the Autumn Statement, a leading charitable body has warned of a one-sided recovery achieved by pressure on the poorest.
The WCC has expressed grave concern at the Japanese government’s initiative to reinterpret or change Article 9 of the constitution, outlawing war.
Responding to yesterday's Autumn Statement, a leading charity says that George Osborne is still not taking child overly seriously.
Participants in a recent World Council of Churches consultation in Burma have stressed the need to equip churches for peacebuilding.
Chancellor George Osborne is trying his best to spin his way out of trouble on the failures of austerity economics to deliver sustainable, widespread recovery and reduce debt.