Finding Humanity: July 8 – 14

by Jul 13, 2020Blog, Finding Humanity in crisis0 comments

In the midst of this crisis in which we live, we want to share with you some good weekly news, news of hope, important or simple acts and gestures that unite us as a community of men and women of faith-driven by the force of hope.


Pope at Angelus: Embracing the Word of God means embracing Christ

Pope Francis reflects on the day’s Gospel reading during the Sunday Angelus, describing the Parable of the Sower as the “mother” of all parables.

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The Gospel and the signs of the times

A reading of the Gospel to understand the present time, according to the words of Pope Francis, following in the footsteps of the most recent Council: this is the time of mercy, even if men and women of today – as St John Paul II affirmed – seem opposed to this word.

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Farm to fork: the open database that lets people buy food direct from source

Set up by food activists during lockdown, Farms to Feed Us connects people with farmers and growers across the country.

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Sustainability goals and serendipity: the recipe for responsible leadership

Think of the word ‘leader’, and what’s the first image that comes to mind? A man standing at a podium making a speech? A captain of a sports team, urging her players to one last push? A chisel-jawed CEO, rallying the troops at an AGM?

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What went right: good coronavirus news from the fourth week of lockdown

In a week when the lockdown was extended in the UK, there were some positive news stories about coronavirus to cling to.

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‘I have to take care of myself first’: the online support group helping doctors deal with trauma

A digital group support service has been set up to help healthcare workers cope with emotions that have been triggered during the COVID-19 crisis.

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On the header, photo by Lina Trochez on Unsplash.


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