This new research analyses Catholic charities in Britain, looking at how far they embody Catholic Social Thought in their practices.
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Religion in the Media
A daily roundup of media stories about religion.
'Religion itself thrives in places where liberal individualism fails. That’s the real clash of civilisations' - The Guardian
Evolutionary biologist says it's ridiculous to be accused of racism when you criticise Islam - The Independent
John Carlin says assimilation of American Muslims has been ‘major boon’ in fight against Isis recruitment - The Guardian
A Christian community which attracts pilgrims from around the world is in “serious jeopardy” - The Guardian
Pictures of women serving illicitly as priests will be plastered across city as part of campaign against Vatican decree - The Guardian
“The public interest with respect to equality between men and women and the integration of foreigners significantly outweighs the freedom of religion.”
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe has taken world leaders to the Shinto religion's holiest site, as the G7 summit begins in the country - BBC News
How are 'millenial' priests trying to convince non-religious young people to embrace faith?
Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon thanked western Christians for their support for democracy in Burma.
Persecution against Christians in China has increased, according to a new report published on Wednesday.
New figures show that the number of Britons who say they have 'no religion' has risen to an all time high.
The Pope will host historic talks with the grand imam of Cairo's Al Azhar mosque in the Vatican this week.
Prominent scientist and atheist thinker Richard Dawkins has said that the public was "too worried" to criticise religious belief.
A new survey suggests that while most Britons do not believe Islam is a violent religion, it is not compatible with "British Values"
Tajiks have rejected religious-based political parties, in a move that will reduce the power of Islamists and strengthen the current presidency.