Just Money: How Catholic Social Teaching can Redeem Capitalism

Clifford Longley lays out a fresh approach to economics based on Catholic Social Teaching

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The truth about evil

Our leaders talk a great deal about vanquishing the forces of evil. But their rhetoric reveals a failure to accept that cruelty and conflict are basic human traits - Guardian

Church must change or 'wither away' warns bishop

Bishop warns Church will wither away without radical change to attract more people - Telegraph

Christian school 'downgraded for failing to invite an imam to lead assembly'

Christian group warns ‘British values’ rules imposed after Trojan Horse scandal leading to schools with a religious ethos being marked down - Telegraph

The Lahore court’s decision to uphold Asia Bibi’s death penalty is far from just

Unless influential people oppose Pakistan’s harsh blasphemy laws, there’s no hope for her or many others facing execution - Guardian

Vatican call for Church to welcome gay people did not go ‘far enough’ – Cardinal Vincent Nicho

Archbishop of Westminster insists apparent rejection of thaw in relations between Catholic Church and same-sex couples is ‘not an end’ and urges Church to go further - Telegraph

Exclusive: New figures reveal massive decline in religious affiliation

In five decades, the number of people with no religion in Britain has grown from just 3 per cent of the population to nearly half, according to a new survey - Christian Today

Catholic synod: ugly and misrepresented. But nothing will change, thank God

Many in the media think that the synod on families heralds the arrival of new teachings on homosexuality and divorce. But the Church won't succumb to liberal fashion - Guardian

Fighting Isis ‘can be just’, writes the Archbishop of Canterbury

The use of military force by Britain and its allies against Islamic State (Isis) may be justified, according to the Archbishop of Canterbury - Times

Some criticise Ukip for wanting to restrict healthcare to British citizens only, but without a sense

Some criticise Ukip for wanting to restrict healthcare to British citizens only, but without a sense of community welfare can too easily fall apart - Guardian

Catholic church split over gay praise

Conservative cardinals and bishops have described as “unacceptable” a Vatican document calling for greater openness towards gays and divorcees - Times

Controversial Seattle pastor steps down amid bullying and plagiarism claims

The pastor of one of the Pacific north-west’s most successful evangelical megachurches stepped down on Tuesday, amid allegations that he bullied dissenting members - Guardian

Women bishops approved by House of Lords

Parties agree plan to fast-track female prelates to Upper House within months as legislation moves a step closer to becoming law - Telegraph

Richard Coles: My journey from pop star to celibate vicar

Richard Coles would be forgiven for wanting to draw a veil over a past of drugs, mendacity and sex in car parks. But his new autobiography lays it all bare - Independent

Vatican calls for Catholic Church to welcome gays

Vatican document states homosexuals have 'gifts and qualities to offer' in unprecedented step to 'welcome' gay people - Guardian

Villages risk losing church schools in fight over funds

Rural Church of England schools face a fight for survival, according to a church report. - Times

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