|Independent Catholic News||The first daily Catholic on-line news service in the UK. Run by Catholic journalists based in London with regular contributors around the world. Set up on a voluntary basis in May 2000 in response to Tertio Millennio Adveniente, which called for lay people to play a more active role in the work of the Church.
|London Catholic Worker||A Catholic Worker community of hospitality and resistance in the world’s second imperial city.|
|Philosophia Perennis||"Catholic philosophers being both and occasionally neither."|
|The Centre for Action and Contemplation.||Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Centre was founded in 1987 by Franciscan Father Richard Rohr. It serves "a dual purpose as not only a radical voice for peaceful, non-violent social change but also as a forum for renewal and encouragement for the seeking individual who sought direction from and understanding of God's will and love".|
|The Lay Community of St. Benedict||A community dedicated to the Gospel and the spirituality of St. Benedict as lived out by lay people. Origins in the Worth Abbey Lay Community, granted independence from the Abbey in August 2003. Members live in all parts of Great Britain and world-wide. |
|The Society of Catholic Social Scientists||The Society of Catholic Social Scientists (SCSS), founded in 1992, challenges a purely secular approach to the social sciences by combining objective scholarly analysis with fidelity to the Magisterium.
|James Petras in English||Essays and articles in English by Brazilian socialist intellectual James Petras. One of the writers for the rebelion website. |
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|More James Petras||More recent articles by James Petras, translated into English.|
|Theos||A public theology think tank which exists to undertake research and provide commentary on social and political arrangements. Launched in November 2006 with the support of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, and the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor. |