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Catholic Social Thought and Catholic Charities in Britain Today

This new research analyses Catholic charities in Britain, looking at how far they embody Catholic Social Thought in their practices.

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A Soul for the Union

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.

EHRC chair - 'No right not to be offended' over matters of religion

Annual Lecture: Baroness O'Neill said there isn't a way to secure freedom of expression if society supports a right not to be offended

British public: we want a Christian coronation

New poll from think-tank reveals widespread support for a Christian coronation


Magna Carta owes its existence to the Church, report says

Medieval Christianity played a vital but forgotten role in Magna Carta, according to a new report by Theos

Casinos, airports and fire stations: Luton's modern chaplains

Think tank undertakes biggest ever survey of chaplains – with special focus on Luton

Casinos, theatres and football clubs: The UK’s very modern chaplains

Think tank undertakes biggest ever survey of chaplains in community


Christian leaders unite to call for an urgent review of recent legal aid changes

Concerns over changes to legal aid are expressed by Christian leaders in the forward to a new Theos report

Humanism needs Christianity says religious think tank

Former Archbishop of Canterbury writes foreword to controversial report

Catholic Social Teaching could counteract “cataclysmic” economic policy

Catholic Social Teaching could counteract “cataclysmic” economic policy, it was argued at the Theos Annual Lecture 2014 on Monday


Can the pope solve the global economic crisis?

As Welby, Carney and Lagarde meet, politicians call for a “Just Money” approach

Welfare state dead in a generation, a quarter of British adults think

As David Cameron defends his “moral mission” against Cardinal Nichols accusations of welfare cuts being neither “moral nor fair”, new research reveals that a quarter (24%) of British adults think the welfare state will not exist “in any for

Anglicans are still ‘Tory Party at Prayer’ but Muslims are Labour’s to lose

Anglicans are still ‘Tory Party at Prayer’ but Muslims are Labour’s to lose. New research shows reality of “religious vote” in Britain


More than half of us believe spiritual forces have influence on earth, research reveals

New research from the think tank Theos, examining patterns of spiritual belief in Britain, shows that over three-quarters of all people believe that there are things we cannot explain through science or any other means – and more than half think sp

Theos responds to criticisms of More than an Educated Guess

Unbalanced response by BHA and Accord proves again how ideological and overheated the debate is

Faith schools are the wrong platform for all our diversity debates, says think tank

Faith schools are the wrong platform for all our diversity debates, says think tank Summary of existing research concludes we should stop overloading a narrow issue with all our anxieties about religious difference The religion and society think tank Theos today launches “more than an educated guess: assessing the evidence on faith schools” which offers a cool-headed summary and analysis of the relevant research, academic and other, to help interested parties get a handle on what’s really going on.

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