This report argues that if the EU is going to be worth saving, it needs to find a moral purpose that resonates with its citizens.
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The Church of England has been busy plotting ways to reach out to a potential new congregation - Independent
Why would expressing a faith position be a uniquely divisive thing? - Christian Today
There is a great deal of affection towards the Argentine Pope here and a lot of excitement ahead of the pontiff's first visit to Mexico - BBC
Leading clerics spoke at a historic ceremony at the Chapel Royal - Independent
A new study has suggested that belief in all-powerful Gods is absolutely vital for the development of civilisation - Telegraph
Bishop of St Albans says government is siding with 'big business' over communities - Times
The Old Testament was found to be more than twice as violent as the Quran - Independent
CoE's lead bishop for environmental issues endorses campaign encouraging Christians to choose renewable electricity tariffs - Telegraph
Vincent Nichols, the Catholic archbishop of Westminster, celebrates Vespers in service largely conducted in Latin
Critics fear law will limit freedom of speech in one of the world’s most devout Christian countries - Guardian
A Sikh actor has claimed he was barred from boarding an Aeromexico plane because of his turban - BBC
Justin Welby's task group on responsible credit and savings published its final report - Christian Today
The Church of England has released a statement strongly advising the Government to leave the law alone - Christian Today
More than 90 mosques across the UK have opened their doors to visitors - BBC
Meeting in Cuba on 12 February will be first between religious leaders since two churches split almost 1,000 years ago - Guardian