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Scottish singer Susan Boyle and Paralympic gold medallist rower David Smith have launched the SCIAF Lent campaign to combat global poverty.
Human beings are 'storied' people. We all have narratives to tell and to live by: about who we are, where we come from and where we hope to go in life.
The World Council of Churches' Ecumenical Water Network has launched an online compilation of biblical reflections and resources on water for use during Lent.
Christians are being encouraged to do no business with tax-dodging corporations such as Amazon and Starbucks for the duration of Lent.
As Lent begins, Christian Aid has launched a new mobile app to help people pause and think about their lives and those of others around the world.
As Lenten continues, I share two items that I suggest are 'a must-watch' and 'a must-read' for reflecting on Christian and human concerns far and wide.
To mark the start of Lent 2012, there is a departure from the usual style of my podcast regional analysis of the Middle East and North Africa for the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales (CBCEW).
A series of weekly reflections is available during Lent, focusing on the "economy of water," offering suggestions for how people can work towards water justice.
Episcopal Church parishes across 12 states in the USA have offered ashes to passersby at train stations, bus stops and college campuses on Ash Wednesday.
A four part ‘Faith Matters’ lecture series takes place in Westminster Cathedral Hall on Tuesday evenings in Lent 2012.