Tired of Western expressions of Christianity that are ahistorical, deeply individualistic, and private, we long for cosmologies that integrate the pieces within us.
Recent legislation suppresses knowledge about historic injustices in classrooms, but Christians must stand for truth.
The 10 men and women walked 81 miles along the last stretch of the Via Francigena, a medieval trail that connects Canterbury, England, to Rome, ahead of a major Vatican summit on the future of the Church, starting next week.
I’m tired of hearing politicians using “family values” as shorthand for a narrow and often misguided agenda.
Half a century later, a lot has changed, but we remain committed to inspiring Christians across every tradition to put their faith into action for justice and peace and strengthening faith-inspired movements for change.