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I have always been a Christian, raised in the Catholic tradition. I have also always been interested in the environment.
An old man in the city of Kaduna in Northern Nigeria pointed to a barren, sun-baked plain and said: "When I was young there was a forest out there and if we were hungry we could just pick fruit of
Yesterday (15 June 2015) saw the launch of an important new report on faith and education -
This is an unusual and highly original book. Written by a woman who has raised a family and is now living in a retirement home, it combines a calm simplicity with a profound faith.
Four UK churches have produced a set of election resources to help Christians to view and interpret the policies and promises advanced by political parties ahead of the General Election.
Christian Aid, The Children’s Society and Greenbelt are hosting Faith in Politics?, a day of talks, discussions and workshops to inspire voters in using their democratic voice.
“Every religion has dignity; every religion that respects life”, remarked Pope Francis at a press conference during a visit to Asia. This included a visit to a Buddhist temple while he was in Sri Lanka.
A Manifesto for Secularism was recently launched at a conference in London. While the aim, to counter the religious right, is positive, I have reservations about some aspects.
As international tensions affect relations between communities at home, an arts programme in Shoreditch is seeking to bring people from different backgrounds together.
The Gospel account of Jesus washing the feet of his disciples is widely known among Christians. Some churches re-enact it on Maundy Thursday.
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