28th October 2021
Consolation for COP26
How and why would St Ignatius Loyola ensure that the vision of COP26 encompasses every created thing in our interconnected world?
14th June 2021
Value(s): Building a Better World for All
This book by the former Governor of the Bank of England is a rich resource for making the case that our complex activities in markets and banking should be designed and constrained to serve their proper purposes, even if the case requires a deeper ethical literacy than is available here.
21st April 2021
Can Jesus raise our hope from the dead?
Many people are seeking joy in a restoration of ‘the old normal’ after Covid-19. But the joy that Easter brings is one of renewal and conversion, not of a return to ‘the way things were’.
25th September 2020
Partisanship for the common good?
International Human Rights Day: should we invoke the concept of the common good in favour of civil authorities and general welfare, or to protect individual freedoms and human rights?
10th July 2020
Who is going to pay for it all?
Where will the money come from to pay for the UK government's spending to manage the fallout from the Covid-19 crisis? Answering that question in a way that ensures the common good is served is a complicated matter, says Patrick Riordan SJ.
28th June 2020
The world after Covid-19: a Christian contribution
Visions of the human person, and of a society that serves the good of all, which are informed by the Christian tradition can help to focus our attention and shape our language, individually and collectively.
25th June 2020
The world after Covid-19: a typology of crises
When it comes to shaping the post-virus world, how do we even frame the right questions, and from which perspectives do those questions need to be asked? Frank Turner SJ surveys the complex political, economic, environmental and civic terrain from which decisions must be made.
28th May 2020
Heroic parents, because culture matters
1 June is Global Day of Parents. We should acknowledge our great debt to previous generations of parents who have transmitted the culture of moral restraint to their children, says Pat Riordan SJ.
21st May 2020
Co-creators of a better world
Before being a socio-environmental issue, creation is a fundamental article of faith, says Cardinal Michael Czerny, so how can a Christian view and love of the world, our common home, inspire change?
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