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: financial integrity, economic theory, and the meaning of the common good.
I do my banking, a bit of my shopping and all my energy purchase with the Co-op. So I certainly watch with the concern of one who has personal reasons for wanting the mess cleared up. More »
by Julian Bond
How can faith communities do more to inject a sense of fairness in the financial system? More »
The shortcomings of the markets are not just things for good people to think about: they require resistance in the name of the common good. More »
Summary report from our recent series. including key points from our eminent speakers and results of an audience survey conducted following the series. More »
Why Corporate Social Responsibility and Responsible Finance have never been more important. More »
If money presents itself as a god (Mammon), does it have a spirituality, a prayer life which it enjoins upon its worshippers/followers, devotees? More »
Christians need a more radical grasp of the underlying issues about the financial system. More »
If the church is to re-invigorate an ethic of the common good it must do more than re-theorize society as a body, although that is a good first step. More »
The Anglican Alliance are calling on the world's top 20 richest nations to put food security at the top of their agenda and end hunger for almost one billion people around the world.
The European Union is putting the finishing touches to big fines and charges involving as many as 10 leading financial institutions. Each company is accused of conspiring to fix the rates at which banks would lend to each other.
Critics of Royal Mail's IPO have attacked the government and its two "global co-ordinators" Goldman Sachs and UBS for undervaluing the communications firm.
Latest report from the Contextual Theology Centre.
Students are demanding alternatives to a free-market dogma with a disastrous record. That's something we all need. - Seamus Milne
Thank you for a terrific piece. Regarding the final paragraph, we... More »
This is a very good reminder that showing a welcome practical... More »
The problem, as I see it, is that we are entrenched... More »
A wonderfully enlightening discussion. We are proud that our Advisory... More »
A powerful share, I just given this onto a colleague who... More »