In the covid-19 crisis, social distancing not only requires that solidarity is essential for our survival, but also exposes the consequences of the neglect of solidarity in cultures dominated by excessive individualism
As we enter a new era, how should the churches respond? Read our invitation and share your response with us
What are the implications of this period of seismic change for the significance of place and the churches’ role in the renewal of civic life?
During lockdown T4CG held conversations exploring racism, the Common Good, solidarity, the politics of place and the role of the Churches
T4CG held a session for the Faith in Politics interns, looking at the Common Good in practice
New Perspectives, T4CG’s youth branch, held meetups in April and May looking at the dignity of work and education and class, through the lens of Common Good thinking
T4CG will deliver a 12 month programme of Common Good lay leadership development in partnership with five dioceses