Church Action on Poverty 25th Anniversary address by CAP's Chairperson Lewis Rose, Manchester Cathedral, 13 July 2007
by Rose Marie Berger
Rev Inderjit Bhogal, last year's President of the Methodist Conference, reflects on his experience of living off the equivalent of the minimum wage for lent.
Rev Erik Cramb asks why Christians should care about poverty.
Kathy Galloway, CAP's Scottish Linkworker, reflects on the meaning of Lent
By Jim Wallis
Award winning journalist and author Antonia Swinson explores the idea of 'Social Capital' as an alternative to wealth.
By Adrian Wait, Community Development Worker, (Currently – unemployed). A Person.
A poem hung in the Calcutta orphanage
Someone asked me recently why justice-seeking figured so strongly in my approach to mission. I think they meant “as distinct from evangelism”. We were talking about asylum seekers.
Why is it that in the fifth richest country in the world, poverty continues to blight the lives of far too many people?
Niall Cooper's speech at the Labour Party fringe meeting on 26 September 2006
Jim Hynes, Catholic lay activist from North Wales reflects on the relevence of Populorum Progessio to poverty and globalisation today.
Niall Cooper's article for Reform magazine.
John Pridmore's reflection for the third Sunday of Epiphany.