Walking with the dead in Krakow
(4 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst finds the elegant city as disturbing as the nearby death camp and asks himself why.
Pretty Hurts: The cult of (physical) beauty in Brazil
(9 minute read) When bodily beauty matters as much as it does in a country like Brazil, the cost can be not only financial but also personal. Bianca Costa Sales explains.
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.
In praise of the Round Table
(7 minute read) Rosie Black reveals how a piece of furniture can be transformed into a university of life.
The race to save the planet: can we still win?
(7 minute read) To save the planet and save lives even the shock drop in emissions caused by the pandemic is not enough. We need a new world economic order, argues Margareth Sembiring.
The little boy and the starfish – or why I am a teacher
(4 minute read) Clare Campbell finds inspiration for action in a powerful children’s story.
Western democracies: a bout of flu or terminally ill?
(10 minute read) Lisa Fraser gives a thorough examination to the body politic. Read on for the results!
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.
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.