'Faith Summit' looking at how to mitigate the rising tide of hate crime, how to combat homelessness, what contribution people of faith could make to building a more inclusive economy and how to unlock new generations of leaders who by age, gender, ethnicity, religion or absence of disabilities look less like the diversity of the city region than seems just

Why Taylor Swift's new album 'reputation' is an often-sublime examination and celebration of the human condition in all its messy preciousness.

The British policy of doing all we can to keep these people out of our country demeans our own humanity and the humanity of those in need.

When St Columban stood against the powers that be, he spoke fearlessly, with great courage. He paid dearly for his stance. He had to endure the heartbreak of being expelled from his beloved companions and his earliest three monasteries in France. Columban missionaries, over the past 100 years have shared something of his experience.

Russian Patriarch and Archbishop of Canterbury: 'In many countries of the Middle East and Africa there is persecution of Christians, manifested in mass killings, the barbaric destruction of churches, the desecration of holy sites and the expulsion of millions of people from their homes.'

Archbishop of Westminster Cardinal Vincent Nichols, the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis and Ibrahim Mogra of the Muslim Council joined more than more than 40,000 people from Jewish, Christian and Muslim congregations in the country's biggest day of faith-based social action.

16 November 2017 | by Jorge Galeano

Igniting the engines of hope in Honduras

Honduras, located in the heart of the Americas, remains one of the most violent places in the world for a child to live. Although there are no active wars or armed conflicts here, there’s an underlying war taking place in several of our communities: gang violence accounts for the death of at least one child every 22 hours.

After months of tutoring by a former Anglican who is now a Catholic priest in his diocese, Bishop of Leeds Marcus Stock celebrated old rite Mass for his late predecessors last Saturday, 1 November.

Countless Britons have visited the city over the years as pilgrims. What has become noticeable since the start of this century is that increasingly the British are movers and shakers in the Vatican.


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