The simple grace of being
(3 minute read) We present three poems which focus on the greatness of existence.
Healing Colombia’s conflict through art
(6 minute read) “Art remains a powerful yet underutilized tool for peace and social cohesion in the post-conflict setting,” argues Clare McMullen.
Waking up to creation’s cry
(4 minute read) Clare Campbell offers a myriad of practical ideas for turning a papal document into a plan for action to save the world.
Top tips for charity leaders
(8 minute read) How do you retain your volunteers in the charity sector, and keep them happy and working well? Lisa Fraser offers some good practice tips.
Arguing with the algorithms
(3 minute read) We shouldn’t be afraid of technological development, argues Prakarsh Singh.
Free will in the age of Surveillance Capitalism
(6 minute read) Can the Big Brother of technology really control our lives? asks Sam Savelli.
A bitter pill to swallow: sex education must face the facts about contraception
(7 minute read) Louise Kirk argues that promotion of the contraceptive pill in much of contemporary sex education is based on outdated science.
Editorial: Believing in love
(3 minute read) We must overcome the pessimism which stops us experiencing the saving power of love, argues Joseph Evans.
An ode to snuff
(5 minute read) Edward Kendall explores a pleasure of bygone ages which refuses to die.
Resurrection lessons from wilting flowers
(3 minute read) Watching flowers wilt and return to freshness helped Nicole Law understand better the great Christian mystery of Christ's rising from the dead.