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  • 31 Mar 2010

    While the response of the Vatican to calls for change, investigation, admission and openness over child abuse scandals remains culpably defensive, other Catholics have been speaking and acting much more positively.

  • 29 Mar 2010

    In the matter of clerical abuse, justice must be done, says Martin Marty. But how and by whom the story gets told also matters. So why have Protestants and other Christians been so relatively quiet on the Catholic crisis?

  • 28 Mar 2010

    Palm Sunday worshippers were startled to face strong protests against the Pope and calls for his resignation as "an accomplice in sex crimes" outside London's Westminster Cathedral.

  • 2 Mar 2010

    Clarity about the nature and motivation of advertising is essential, says Jill Segger, if we are to live well and be free from the tyranny which would have us believe that conformity is to be identified with community.

  • 18 Feb 2010

    The Children's Rights Alliance for England have condemned a new Government amendment to its own Children, Schools and Families Bill, describing its restrictions on sex education as discriminatory.

  • 28 Jan 2010

    The lives of thousands of expectant mothers in Haiti and the lives of their unborn babies are at risk after the earthquake left the healthcare system in tatters, leaving the women with no choice but to deliver their babies in emergency camps.

  • 27 Oct 2009

    A Church of Scotland minister is spearheading a St Andrew’s Day campaign to give the chance of a better future to Scottish children affected by poverty. The venture is launched today in Glasgow.

  • 19 May 2009

    Aid and development agency World Vision has warned that the continuing global financial crisis and the damage it is causing local economies is forcing more and more children around the world into the worst forms of child labour.

  • 1 Mar 2009

    The first UK Christian denomination to employ young people in a new youth strategy has pushed the boundaries of youth participation and aims to make a wider impact on society as well as on its own culture.

  • 19 Feb 2009

    Growing up does not always come with age, says Giles Fraser. Many people are little more than moral babies, well into their 30s and 40s. Real growing up is a moral business, concerned with over­coming infantile self-obsession.