Kelly Johnson argues that the pandemic is a chance for us to promote the common good and to share our joy in seeing it emerge, even in the midst of shared suffering
David Muir argues for an engaged Christian citizenship and explores the relationship of political culture with the Pentecostal understanding of the Pauline ‘principalities and powers’
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
Luigino Bruni reveals the relational origins of the word fides, and in doing so, reveals the roots of our modern crises.
Michael Wear, Obama’s faith advisor, says it is essential for people of faith to act together in their diversity, not only to ‘do’ compassion, but also to engage with politics and ‘seek the welfare of the city’
How a local dispute over horse grazing revealed the weaknesses of contract culture and the strengths of covenantal relationships
What do we lose when we live and worship in different places? Sam Tomlin writes about what happened when he decided to walk to church
Reflecting on the Great Dock Strike of 1889, we explore the covenantal relationship between Cardinal Manning and the dockers of London’s East End
From vulnerability and loss to Common Good: how a parish community remembered their neighbours lost to Covid-19
After a long period of neglect, estates churches are receiving attention, and proving to be a gift to the whole Church.