You are overcomers, but you’re also no strangers to grief, doubt, and other emotions we don’t often acknowledge in commencement addresses.

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“One thing that I think is really critical here, particularly from a Christian perspective, is that these encampments are a form of nonviolent resistance,” Eli McCarthy, a Catholic peace expert, told Sojourners. 

If one understands God to only be on their side — “Jesus vs. the opposing team” — you might fail to recognize the face of God in your opponent.

Barbara Howard is the cool church aunt who knows her scriptures, but won’t beat you over the head with them.

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Climate financing proposed by the highest polluter nations is akin to blood money, the churches say.
An interview with Knesset member Ofer Cassif on the Oct. 7 Hamas attack and Israel's response.
Culture Watch
“I want to be the queer elder I never had.”

“We call this place Eden,” says Eduardo Rodríguez, gesturing to the location he has suggested for our interview. It isn’t hard to see why. A small stream winds its way through lush tropical foliage and smooth boulders; long vines hang from the canopy and dip into the crystal-clear pool created where the stream cascades in a small waterfall. 


My motherhood is not seen on TV.

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