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Severine Deneulin reflects on gender in our world
Fr Augusto considers the issue of migration. As the Israelites were ill-treated, so too are people today who come to the UK. Fear, justice and dignity have always been issues at the heart of migration, central to the concerns of Catholic social teaching.
Fr Augusto Zampini, an Argentinian priest in the UK studying for a PhD in theology and social ethics at Roehampton University, considers Lent - a time to be reconciled. But how? And with whom? Augusto argues that sin is always social - due to its consequence or nature. Each Sunday in Lent, we'll...
The first in our new series of Catholic Social Teaching reflections based on the Sunday lectionary readings. Dr Severine Deneulin from the University of Bath reflects on All Saints (Rev 7:2-4, 9-14; Ps 24:1-6; 1 Jn 3:1-3, Mt 5:1-12). #religion #CST #catholicsocialteaching #creation
Team Progressio, the highs and lows
After a day at the alternative Rio+20 site, Derek Kim considers the alternatives to the formal process
It's the end of the PrepCom here at Rio. We aked Progressio Development Woker Derek Kim what his initial thoughts are.
Daniel Hale speaks to Lydia O'Kane from Vatican Radio
Progressio's Campaigns Officer talks to Paul Hammond about water for livelihoods, women in Zimbabwe and what the Waterproof campaign hopes to achieve.