The Common Good

Articles By Julie Polter

Labor Day: Justice. Workers. Solidarity. Sweat of the brow. Sixteen tons and what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt. Or...Picnics. Beaches. Hot dogs. TV telethons.
Feminist theology seeks unity in diversity
A welfare mother is a black woman, with several children, who spends her entire life on welfare, having another kid whenever she needs more money—at least according to prevalent stereotypes
God created and saw that it was good. But since then things have been more ambiguous.
The practical theology of home.
Aprototypical white suburban mom walking toward her minivan in a dimly lit parking garage glances fearfully over her shoulder at some real or perceived threat lurking off camera.