Tag: Politics

Catholic Parliamentary and Public Policy Internships

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Catholic Parliamentary and Public Policy Internships

Now in its eleventh year, the Catholic Parliamentary and Public Policy Internship scheme provides eight recently graduated Catholics with an intensive experience of political and social action in a spiritual context. Four interns will be […]

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The perfect size for a community is…

Filed in Ethics by on September 6, 2013 0 Comments
The perfect size for a community is…

The perfect size for a community (whether a village, a religious congregation, or a military unit) is… 150. How do we know? Primates live in groups, which allows them to solve problems together and reduce the […]

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Pope Francis calls for just wage, deplores ‘slave labour’

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Pope Francis calls for just wage, deplores ‘slave labour’

A society that “does not pay a just wage”, that “does not give work” to people and that “only looks to its balance books, that only seeks profit” is unjust and goes against God, Pope […]

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Why keep the Sabbath?

Filed in Spirituality by on June 10, 2013 0 Comments
Why keep the Sabbath?

Why should we keep the Sabbath? I know, because it’s there in the Bible; and it’s not just a throwaway line, it’s one of the Ten Commandments. But what is the reason given there for […]

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