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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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Magna Carta at 801: Christian Perspectives on the EU Debate

The Archbishop of Canterbury's former Representative to the EU, Canon Dr Gary Wilton, discusses the EU decision with Ben Ryan

Soul for the Union: why the debate is on the wrong issues

Ben Ryan sets out an alternative, moral dimension to the EU debate, and urges us to think about more than just economics

Faith-based perspectives on the EU Referendum

Ben Ryan will be in Belfast on 13th June, offering a faith perspective on the EU referendum


How should Christians vote? Thinking biblically about Brexit

Ben Ryan speaking at St Paul's Dorking on a Christian perspective on the European Union referendum debate

Chaplaincy in Action Conference

Chaplaincy has changed. Ben Ryan will be on a panel at the third in a series of Chaplaincy Conferences, 'Chaplaincy in Action'.

EU Referendum Debate

Join Ben Ryan and the Rt Hon Caroline Spelman MP for an EU referendum debate and panel discussion, 8th June 2016


Debating the EU: Ipswich Hustings

Ben Ryan, author of Theos' report 'A Soul for the Union', will speak at a debate on the EU referendum in Ipswich

Which Right? Conservatism 2020

Conservative MP Jesse Norman will be discussing the future of Conservative politics

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