The Duncairn has been a beacon for church and community relations in north Belfast. Its director, the Rev Bill Shaw, explains its work and why visible friendships between church leaders are such a powerful picture of reconciliation
Jean Vanier, founder of the International Federation of L'Arche Communities, recently celebrated his 90th birthday Carolyn Whitney-Brown writes in America, a Jesuit journal.
The ferocity of the Vatican’s civil war has less to do with theology or justice than petty office politics, Andrew Brown writes in Foreign Policy
After a summer of controversy surrounding the leader of the Labour Party and anti-semitism, a Christian lawyer and political commentator looks at the story so far, and suggests a way forward
Ten weeks after Pope Francis visited the World Council of Churches (WCC) in Geneva as “a pilgrim in quest of unity and peace,” church leaders of different churches representing the WCC and the Roman Catholic Church are meeting in Germany this week to continue their task of “walking, praying and working together.”