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Bartholomew I was the first Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople to attend a papal installation since the great schism of 1054.
Paul Morrison, Policy Adviser for the Methodist Church in Britain, says that the Chancellor's Budget this weekmust put right previous unjust rhetoric about people in poverty.
The new spiritual head of 1.2 billion Roman Catholics has told them and the world's media, "I wish for a Church that is poor and for the poor."
US faith leaders have condemned as "immoral" cuts to services for the poor and tax breaks for the rich in Representative Paul Ryan's 2013 budget.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed the the OFT’s compliance review of payday lenders and the proposal to refer the sector to the Competition Commission.
Over 40 Church of England bishops have signed an letter to the government in the media criticising its Benefits Uprating Bill as an attack on the poorest.
Live Below the Line launches today, Tuesday 5 March 2013, so if you're not content with signing a petition when it comes to global poverty - how about taking on the challenge of eating for just one pound a day for five days?
Live Below the Line, a campaign aiming to change the way people think about global poverty in their everyday lives is being launched today.
A new churches' report shows how evidence and statistics have been misused, misrepresented and manipulated to create untruths that stigmatise the poor.
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Senior leaders of four major UK Churches have welcomed the Government's commitment to limiting climate change, and have called for more to be done...
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