Catholic Social Services Australia invited me to reflect on recent developments in civil society from the perspective of Catholic Social Teaching. Here’s what I said to their Leadership Forum in Canberra on 21 October 2014. The Evolving Model of Civil Society – A Perspective from Catholic Social Teaching Catholic Social Teaching has a lot to […]
Bishop Arnold Orowae, President of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Papua New Guinea & the Solomon Islands, has called on politicians to respect the law and to give priority to the common good. His call comes among growing concerns in Papua New Guinea about democracy, the rule of law, and the accountability of leaders: “No […]
How are civil authorities held accountable for the realisation of the common good in your country?