The courageous actions taken by our predecessors aren’t just a milestone to celebrate with a nice speech; they reverberate through our work today.

Lead Stories

“If you’re thinking, ‘I don’t know if we have the bandwidth to deal with this,’ You are dealing with it. It’s happening already,” church leaders told Sojourners.

Francis reportedly used the slur while telling Roman priests that it was better that young men with homosexual tendencies not be allowed to enter the seminary.

The documentary ‘Girls State’ explores the integration of politics, youth, and faith.

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Sojourners Magazine

Christians would do well to reject the premise that there are throwaway people.
A look back at Rev. Will D. Campbell’s controversial commitment to people, not causes. 
Culture Watch
The recent revival of three plays subtly infused with Catholicism from the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright.

“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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Faith leaders have a message for survivors. We believe you.