COVID-19Social Issues

“Anthropause”: can lockdown teach us to form a new relationship with creation?

(6 minute read)
We can and must learn from these months of forced pause to live with and not against nature, argues Richard Bauckham.

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LifestyleSocial IssuesThought-provoking

Learning to disagree without being disagreeable in five steps … or rather in five fingers

(9 minute read)
Italian author and broadcaster Bruno Mastroianni offers a humorous but thoughtful guide to respectful dialogue using an unusual prop – the fingers of his hand.

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HistoryThought-provoking

Reading a building colonially

(8 minute read)
They’re pulling down statues, but what about houses? Adam Brocklehurst looks behind the bricks and mortar to discover challenging truths about the culture that crafted some of England’s most iconic buildings.

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Social Issues

Lifestyle choices that can be life or death decisions

(6 minute read)
Francesca Omon looks at the ethical conundrums in our attempts to plan for the future in a world of finite resources.

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FamilyLatest

Many Happy Returns

(7 minute read)
Marie McCoy recalls the link between happy birthdays and traumatic births and finds good reason to celebrate.

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LatestSocial Issues

Hunger: a forgotten first world problem

(5 minute read)
Zoë Dukoff-Gordon exposes the hidden scandal of hunger in the world’s wealthiest countries.

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LatestSocial Issues

Love not hatred is the way to end racism

(7 minute read)
“There is only one race, the race of the children of God.” These words of a great Catholic saint of the 20th century, Josemaria Escriva, nicely capture how we at Adamah view the Black Lives Matter movement.

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COVID-19Social Issues

Walls, walls everywhere …

(5 minute read)
Ronnie Convery highlights the dangers of public policies which foment populism and favour division, even in the midst of a pandemic.

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LatestLifestyle

Faith in the workplace: how to build inclusive environments

(8 minute read)
Lisa Fraser argues that respecting the religious convictions of a workforce is a win-win situation for employers and employees alike.

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Editorial

Editorial: Don’t just survive, thrive!

There was a time when survival writing was a rather niche market. If you looked really hard, or asked the bored assistant, bookshops tended to stock a light range of boy scout-esque manuals on what to carry as emergency rations, the joys of Kendal Mint Cake and how to light a fire with sticks. More […]

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