29th October 2015
An Islamic Declaration on Climate Change
Damian Howard SJ outlines the vision and significance of August 2015's Islamic Declaration on Climate Change. How much common ground is to be found between this declaration and Laudato si’?
27th October 2015
Nostra Aetate – the moral heart of the Second Vatican Council
Perhaps more than any other document, Vatican II's Declaration on the Relationship of the Church to Non-Christian Religions encapsulates the outpouring of the Spirit that characterised the Council.
21st October 2015
Global Ethics and Global Common Goods
Patrick Riordan SJ explores the negotiating territory for concerned human beings to identify and work for global common goods. When we correctly identify goods and pursue them, these lead to our flourishing as individuals. When we do so together, this leads to the flourishing of the whole city.
20th October 2015
In Macbeth, Shakespeare not only explores the instability of the political and social order, but taps into the fears that this is no mere human struggle.
14th October 2015
The Orthodox Church and the Greek Crisis
Theodore Kodidis SJ explores the difference that social teaching from the Orthodox Church could make to Greece during its need of spiritual light.
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