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Church of the Poor

What is the nature of the relationship between churches and communities, especially the left-behind?... 

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Chaplaincy to older people: not a one-way affair

As loneliness and isolation become increasingly widespread, churches are building common good with the elderly and housebound...

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Preparing the ground

The West has destabilised itself and we see signs of a system dying. In the meantime, people of goodwill are called to prepare the ground...

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Business for the Common Good

How can businesses have a social purpose? Can a business for the Common Good be delivered in a highly competitive, low-wage industry?

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The Church of the Table

A priest in Italy wanted to help the homeless and the destitute migrants in his parish. From nothing, a community has been created...

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Better Together - Then and Now

Manning and Booth came together to serve the poor and cooperated for the betterment of society. This is their story...

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Outside the comfort zone

Polarisation and identity politics are barriers to the Common Good. This Lent, do we have the courage to get out of our echo chambers?...

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Shared wisdom on civic engagement

Christian and Jewish traditions acting together have much to offer secular deliberations about citizenship and civic engagement...

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A politics of hope

As social and political confusion reigns, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks explains what's going on and what we can do build the Common Good.... 

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