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The papacy of Benedict XVI, though sadly short, has been one of immense significance. More than any other Pope in recent memory, he understood the deepest theological currents that lay behind Vatican II, and stood doggedly against a threatened revival of neo-scholastic conservatism by insisting on the co-belonging of faith and reason.
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Theme: Engagement and Participation Baroness Jones discusses problems with the education system and the importance and potential of volunteering. See Also: Commission on Youth Interview Series: Tim Loughton MP Commission on Youth Interview Series: Shaun Bailey Commission on Youth Interview Series: Kate Green MP Commission on Youth Interview Series: David Burrowes MP Commission on Youth Interview Series: David Blunkett MP Commission on Youth Interview Series: Baroness Jones ResPublica/ NCVYS Commission on Youth launches video interviews with key public figures
Themes: Authorities & Institutions Tim Loughton talks to Rhasan Brunner (18) about the importance of education for increasing life chances and preventing a repeat of the riots.
Theme: Family Structure & Community Support Shaun Bailey talks to Tom Clarke (23) about family breakdown in Britain and the role of religious groups in fostering a sense of community.
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