The Faith Movement is a free collaboration of priests, religious and lay people. In Canon Law it constitutes a private association of the faithful (cf. Codex Iuris Canonici 215). Faith is at heart a pastoral and evangelical movement, organising catechetical events, formative groups and retreats, and producing theological, pastoral and spiritual publications and resources.
The essential mark of the Faith Movement is to offer within the Church a new insight into the Catholic faith based on a synthesis of contemporary science and divine revelation, which re-vindicates the primacy of Jesus Christ over all creation, throughout history, culture and society, and within every human person. This new synthesis arises out of the principles outlined by Agnes Holloway in her book God's Master Key: The Law of Control and Direction, and more fully elaborated by her son Fr Edward Holloway in his book Catholicism: A New Synthesis and other writings. The Faith Movement proposes these ideas in a spirit of obedience to the Churchs Magisterium. The Movement sees this new synthesis as an effective tool for evangelisation and catechesis, and uses it as such.