6th November 2022
Dorothy Day and the body of Christ
The gospel-based witness to non-violence that Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement bore was initially countercultural in both contemporary American society and the Church, but their convictions were ultimately confirmed by the teaching office of the Church.
14th January 2021
Peacebuilding and Catholic Social Teaching
In this admirable, meticulous and creative book, Theodora Hawksley is concerned with reading Catholic Social Teaching so that it embraces a theology and spirituality which can better resource communities.
28th May 2019
Bresurrection: Brexit and the task of reconciliation
Even as core convictions of CST hold before us an inspiring vision of the possibility of another kind of society, they can also lead us to underestimate how difficult it is to get there.
22nd March 2018
Let it begin with me
Jesus sets before us a challenging vision of peace, according to which we are called to orient ourselves towards God and all of his creation through our own lifestyles.
18th December 2015
Prince of Peace
Theodora Hawksley explores the model of peace-making that God demonstrates in his gift of the vulnerable prince of peace that is Christ, a model that we are called to embrace.
23rd July 2015
Beatitudes on Film: Light bulb!
St Augustine tells us that ‘the children of God are peacemakers’ – how do the children of Gru in 'Despicable Me' help us to make sense of this idea?
29th January 2015
The Strength of the Excluded: World Meeting of Popular Movements at the Vatican
The world meeting of grassroots movements ‘is a sign, a great sign’, Pope Francis declared when receiving their representatives in the Vatican on 28 October 2014. What do the expressions ‘popular or grassroots movements’ mean?
11th February 2011
Forming a Church with his Indigenous People: The work of Bishop Samuel Ruiz Garcia
Nobel Peace Prize nominee Bishop Samuel Ruiz Garcia's work with and for the indigenous people of his diocese in the south of Mexico ensured that he became a much-respected figure in Latin America.
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