There is a political dimension to the local church’s vocation. Not in a party political or campaigning sense, but rather in its call to transform civil society
To restore our common life a new approach is needed. This is a letter inviting churches to renew the covenant by building local relationships.
This is a joint letter in which we address the new era and invite the churches to consider their calling to play a critical role in civic renewal.
We cannot liberate ourselves from the natural world and still flourish. We must cherish memory and place.
More than just buildings, churches have a role in the local ecology, and like trees, their roots need feeding, says Andrew Rumsey
Archbishop Emeritus Patrick Kelly confesses his role in perpetuating a management culture that has affected the character of the church
In the modern world it is vital to spend ‘holy time’ in order to strengthen our ability to build the common good
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.
Consider the parish as a shared inheritance in which all can participate: the local church can animate a renewed civic conversation