This new research analyses Catholic charities in Britain, looking at how far they embody Catholic Social Thought in their practices.
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"Our charities face their greatest test". Catholic Herald reviews the challenges facing Catholic charities highlighted in Ben Ryan's report
Ben Ryan argues Britain shouldn't leave the EU - not so long as it can rediscover the moral mission of its founders
Ben Ryan writes in the Catholic Universe about his new Theos research, 'Catholic Social Thought and Catholic Charities in Britain Today'.
Ben Ryan speaks to UCB’s Vicky Gibbens about the various challenges his report identifies facing Catholic charities in the UK
The Theos report, authored by Ben Ryan, is cited in an article offering a religious perspective on the EU debate
Ben Ryan discusses the 'Pope Francis effect' and his new Theos report, on Catholic charities and Catholic Social Teaching in the UK
Ben Ryan's report on Catholic charities and Catholic Social Thought in the UK was discussed in the paper the Catholic Universe
Ben Ryan's report for Theos is covered, including how Catholic charities are trying to do more for less
Catholic charities are playing an increasingly important role in the life of the Church, according to Theos' latest report - Tablet
Ben Ryan spoke to Share Radio on 'Religion and the US Election' for their weekly faith and finance programme Questions of Faith.
Ben Ryan joined TWR UK to review the top news stories of the week ending 1st April
The work of Theos was cited as being an exception to a trend of poor religious literacy
A Guardian article on the use of Church of England buildings includes a quote from Nick Spencer's book 'Parochial Vision'
Theo's director appeared in a BBC1 documentary on the changing religious landscape in the UK
Andy Walton, associate researcher at Theos, writes in the Spectator on Trump and the British evangelical vote