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 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
Ten Australian churches have offered sanctuary to asylum seekers facing deportation to offshore refugee camps - Christian Today
Critics draw comparison with church view on Aids/HIV as proscription remains on artificial contraception and abortion - Guardian
Laïcité treats religion as a dirty little secret and manifests itself as a restriction of public prayer - The Guardian
The Archbishop of Canterbury has told the House of Lords that there is no right not to be offended by frank assertions of faith - Premier
Bernie Sanders dashed the hopes of some atheists when he declared he had “very strong religious and spiritual feelings” - Religion News Service
Bishop and leading clerics press for liturgy overhaul to end ‘official discrimination’ against non-heterosexual Anglicans
The number of anti-Semitic incidents reported in Britain dropped by a fifth last year - Christian Today
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said that there is ‘discrimination of every kind’ in the US - Guardian
Ministers are pressing ahead with controversial plans to give councils the power to extend Sunday trading hours - Times
President will visit Baltimore mosque amid frustration from Muslim groups he has waited until his eighth and final year in power - Guardian
New analysis of findings from Britain’s national happiness index suggest that religion really can make people more content - Telegraph
Part of a much wider public battle over identity, belief and belonging - BBC