Lya Vollering, from Minsteracres Eco-Community, reflects on her involvement in a performance art piece this year.
Alex Holmes, from our Partners at Catholic Worker Calais, listens to the dreams of refugees waiting in the Calais camp.
Scott Albrecht, from Catholic Worker Farm, describes some aspects of life looking after the 'Sisters' on the Farm.
Late in life, St Paul of the Cross received some kind of revelation, knowing that his Order would one day reach England. How much of this rich future did he see?
If you long to be a participant, not an observer, in helping our refugee crisis, there are practical and transformative ways to help.
Matthew Neville, from our friends at FaithJustice, shares his experience of organising and walking a section of the COP26 pilgrimage alongside the Young Christian Climate Network.
Mary Chojnowski shares stories of refugees' lives in the Paphos region of Cyprus.
Episode 7 of our podcast series. What is coming to an end at this time? How can we hold healthy funerals, and become good stewards of change?
Episode 6 of our podcast series. What does it feel like to be on the threshold of change - to be living at significant moments in time?
Episode 5 of our podcast series. How do we step outside our known world, and see it anew through the eyes of those on the margins of society?
Episode 4 of our podcast series. What's the history of monastic orders? Where and how does it connect with 'new monasticism'?
Episode 3 of our podcast series. Between different faith groups, there now seems to be deep desires to learn from each others' wisdom, without worrying about membership. What's caused this, and where's it headed?
Episode 2 of our podcast series. Is there a bigger story to be found behind the sense of decline felt by some faith traditions? What positive visions of the future could we find in place of those anxieties?
Episode 1 of our new podcast series. What does this current time of change mean for spiritual communities? How are the traditions that we call 'home' changing?