Catholic social teaching

Labour’s crisis isn’t about Jeremy Corbyn. It’s about the party’s abandonment of its core communities

Ryan said he regretted generalising about the poor and wanted to ‘fess up and fix it’

Catholic social teaching could act as a useful corrective to a deep national malaise

The Labour leadership hopeful has claimed that Catholic Social Teaching underpins his politics, without explaining how this is the case

Iain Duncan Smith’s critics say there is ‘clear evidence’ that sick and disabled people have been harmed by cuts

The encyclical’s callow environmentalism will make feeding the starving more difficult, not less

Catholic social teaching is a vital part of the ordinary Magisterium of the Church

The underlying pattern across the globe is one of improved health and in some cases reduced pollution

Neither socialism nor unfettered capitalism have worked well in post-war Britain. A new consensus, inspired by Catholic social thought, is addressing the malaise

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