Category - reconciliation

  • 24 Jun 2008

    Not all wars and conflicts make the pages of newspapers, nor are all peace agreements the result of the high diplomacy of the United Nations, and that certainly includes those now being reconciled in the jungles of Papua New Guinea.

  • 19 Jun 2008

    Come to the Fellowship of Reconciliation’s Called to be Peacemakers conference, a residential weekend event for 18 to 30 (ish) year olds who are interested, active and/ or engaged in peace and confl

  • 3 May 2008

    “Some people think that peace-making is easy, but in my experience it requires toughness and resolution, as well as sympathy and integrity.”

  • 3 May 2008

    What happens when the ideals you believe in are unpopular with your neighbours? How do you deal with pervasive stereotypes and fear?

  • 22 Apr 2008

    As Israel marks its 60th anniversary this May, for Israelis and Palestinians the conflict and the suffering continues, says Ben White. He believes that this landmark is an important opportunity for Christian leaders around the world to add their voices to a special call for a justice-based peace.

  • 24 Feb 2008

    The managing director of one of the world's most illustrious football clubs, Barcelona FC, has joined other Spanish philanthropists in donating a statue of the Black Madonna to St Aloysius' Roman Catholic Church in Glasgow.

  • 11 Feb 2008

    With peace seemingly returning to the troubled country, churches within and outside Kenya are now taking stock of the experiences from an ecumenical team visit made during a month of unrest and violence.

  • 5 Feb 2008

    Bishop John Arnold, Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster (RC) and author of The Quality of Mercy, explains the background, theology and practice of the Sacrament of Reconciliation in the Catholic Church an

  • 5 Feb 2008

    As mediation to solve the disputed Kenyan presidential election enters a critical phase, top-level figures from the two parties have met an international Christian delegation, which asked them to seek a compromise solution.

  • 1 Feb 2008

    Former US President Jimmy Carter, who left the 15 million strong Southern Baptist denomination because of its exclusivism, has enthusiastically backed a three day convention seeking reconciliation among the wider US Baptist community.