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Community As Home
Theology and Revolution In Mexico
Who directed the following words to the Indian population of southern Mexico?
Our Journey Together
Square Pegs, Strong Love
Rooted in Reflection
Incarnating God's Word in community
On the Brink of Chaos
Since last August the National Lawyers Guild has maintained a Haiti Human Rights Support Project in that country.
Into the Frying Pan
While Haiti seethes with the fire of democracy betrayed, the cry for justice remains unquenched.
An Unimaginable Peace
The sight of Yasir Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin shaking hands over a peace accord between their peoples evokes prophetic images.
A Moveable Feast
The Many Paths to Community
The transforming joy of intimacy.
Consensus Decision Making
The unwieldy work of the Spirit
Authority in Service of Community
Decision making and authority go hand in hand for communities. The style of authority accepted by the group dictates the way decisions will happen.
The Binding Power of Prayer
Prayer binds a community together. Sharing in common what Latinos call "our solid moments before God" provides the glue needed to keep community going.
A Vocation of Resistance
An interview with Ricardo Falla, SJ
A Truth Commission for El Norte
The United Nations Truth Commission on El Salvador and the challenge to the US
Baseball's Season of Disillusion
Why is it that Baseball '93 does not send my spirit soaring once again?
Spring Actions of Hope
The spring of 1993 lends itself, tragically, to efforts aimed at combating racism.
Getting Started: The Plunge Into Community Leadership
For congregations and parishes that take seriously the task of community building, the preparation of leadership ranks as a top priority.
A Prophet's Return
When the Nobel Prize didn't return home with its recipient