St Paul's Institute
Located within the City of London, St Paul's Institute seeks to foster an informed Christian response to the most urgent ethical and spiritual issues of our times: equality, stewardship and the meaning of the common good.
by Tanya Barman
A new survey of nearly 2,500 management accountants has been released by CGMA, what does it say about the state of ethical business today? More »
The very fact that the Pope chose the environment at the subject of his first encyclical highlights the urgency of the issue and calls people to action. More »
We look forward to continuing to engage in this important conversation on how to re-establish trust in the financial sector. More »
How can financial institutions begin to re-earn the trust and confidence of their customers? Here are six basic strategies. More »
Can we encourage a new public discourse that is openly vulnerable and ready to discuss our own flaws so that they might be overcome together? More »
by John Alty
Following on from the recent House of Bishops' letter, how can the Church most effectively engage with government policymaking? More »
This election campaign is bringing into sharp relief how out of touch the 'political' conversation has become. More »
We need to change course on climate change, and quickly, but action by any one individual or any one country alone cannot guarantee a resolution. More »
Untraceable cash transfers and a culture of secrecy made the Vatican bank one of the world's most notorious financial institutions. But Pope Francis's attempts at reform are meeting ferocious resistance.
Church of England bishops have urged the Government to show more compassion to people seeking sanctuary in Britain. The bishops accuse it of shirking its moral responsibility, and using "unhelpful" rhetoric.
Financial Times analysis of council spending data, to examine the impact of austerity-driven spending cuts.
This week sees the consecration of the Church of England's most senior woman bishop so far: the first female to be in charge of a diocese.
The General Synod of the Church of England has overwhelmingly welcomed the new climate change policy adopted by the Church's investing bodies.