Sophie Caldecott

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November 01, 2020
There are practical ways to limit the negative impact of technology, and maximise the good
June 23, 2020
What would a women’s movement motivated by the desire to celebrate feminine genius and the complementarity of the sexes look like? One that celebrates the differences bet­ween men and women without boxing people into reductive stereotypes, and sees men and women as equal in dignity, two parts of a whole that needs to work in
May 15, 2020
When schools and nurseries around the country closed in March, many parents felt as if they’d been thrown in at the deep end, trying to step into the role of teacher without any training or preparation. While the number of UK children being educated at home has been on the rise in recent years, it’s
March 26, 2020
Over the next few weeks, and very possibly months, we will have to get used to a new way of living. So how do we adjust to a Church without public Masses? How can we help the most vulnerable? And might there be opportunities to live better lives than we did before? This week, six
November 12, 2014
Young adults have a complex view of just war
October 30, 2014
My online guide to the good life will be a fitting tribute to my late father, Stratford Caldecott
July 30, 2013
WYD 2013 has inspired youngsters from around the world
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