Working together across our differences for the Common Good
Together for the Common Good is a movement created to bring the principle of the Common Good alive, show the scope of its possibilities, and make it more widely known and applied.
We believe the principle of the Common Good is an ‘idea whose time has come.’ If practised widely, it offers the potential for significant positive change: its application is limited only by our imagination. But so long as it is little known, misunderstood or misapplied, its transformational power cannot be released. In a culture which is increasingly fragmented, unequal and divided, we believe the Common Good is the recipe needed for a healthy civil society and the promotion of social justice.
We encourage and equip people of good will to work together, across their beliefs and political differences, as agents of change for the Common Good.
Articles by Archbishop Justin Welby, Lord Glasman, John Milbank and Adrian Pabst, Joshua Hordern, Anna Rowlands, Patrick Riordan SJ, Jenny Sinclair, Andy Crouch, Jim Wallis, Clifford Longley, Angus Ritchie, Stanley Hauerwas and others...