Lifting the lid on modern slavery
(5 minute read) Maddy Fry explodes the common myth that slavery is a thing of the past.
The bricks of prejudice: a temple to health and inequality in Edwardian England
(6 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst takes a trip to the baths to discover what makes a building great.
Reading behind the lines
(2 minute read) Nicole Law examines the cost of putting principles into action - even when it means changing your local bookstore.
Turning a blind eye
(5 minute read) Tascha Von Uexkull exposes the unseen social and environmental cost of fast fashion.
Real men care
(10 minute read) Joseph Evans goes back in history to find a surprising model for manhood and argues that concern for the dignity of women is more fundamental to Christianity and all true religion than we might think.
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, writes Joseph Evans.
Can the Catholic Church be trusted?
(7 minute read) Ronnie Convery looks at potential solutions to the crisis of credibility currently experienced by the Catholic Church.
Why is it so hard to talk about Trans issues?
(7 minute read) Andrew Scott offers a pathway through the minefield of misunderstanding as he calls for more light and less heat in the debate.
Hope: the undervalued virtue
(3 minute read) Nicole Law takes an end of year look at the real meaning of hope.
Nicaragua: one of the world’s most dangerous and ignored chemistry sets
(5 minute read) Maddy Fry examines the legacy of invasive outside experiments in Central America.