Sir Henry Frederick Ross Catherwood (born 31 January 1925 in Castledawson, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland) is a British retired politician and writer.
He was former Director General of the National Economic Development Council, and president of the Evangelical Alliance.
He was elected as a Conservative member of the European Parliament for Cambridgeshire and related areas from 1979 until his retirement in 1994. He was Vice President of the European Parliament 1989-1992.
He is married to Elizabeth, the daughter of Christian pastor and author Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Their son Christopher Catherwood is an author.
- The Christian in Industrial Society, 1964, rev. edn 1980 (On the Job, USA, 1983);
- Britain with the Brakes Off, 1966;
- The Christian Citizen, 1969;
- A Better Way, 1976;
- First Things First, 1979;
- God’s Time God’s Money, 1987;
- Pro Europe?, 1991;
- David: Poet, Warrior, King, 1993;
- At the Cutting Edge (memoirs), 1995;
- Jobs & Justice, Homes & Hope, 1997;
- It Can be Done, 2000;
- The Creation of Wealth: Recovering a Christian Understanding of Money, Work, and Ethics, 2002