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?
Activist Molly Clark shares her experiences on Day 1 of Young Christian Climate Network's 1,000-mile relay walk.
Jo Siedlecka, from our Passionist partners Independent Catholic News, explains how the popular news site came to be, and where it could be going next.
This Dementia Action Week, please do what you can to reach out to those in your community who may be affected by a dementia-type illness.
John served the crucified of today, and was a true example of servant leadership. Like Saint Paul, John saw the name of Jesus written on the forehead of the poor.
Our beloved brother and friend Fr. John Kearns died on April 14th 2021, in the company of his loved ones.
In the face of life's evil and suffering, it is only possible to believe in a loving God, if that God is ‘on the scaffold’ too, alongside us.
From the outside, criminal justice stories divide the world into 'good' and 'bad'. But inside, we must constantly consider the mystery of the whole person.