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Grief, Courage, and Perseverance
[editor's note: This article first appeared in our December 2013 issue to commemorate the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting.]
IN THE YEAR since the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., last Dec. 14, thousands more have died by gun violence, and the NRA seems to stymie sane firearm measures at every turn. How do we stave off despair, hold on to hope, and keep moving forward when the odds feel overwhelming? —The Editors
Advent in a Crumbling Empire
The Right Question?
"HOW DO YOU contain Saddam Hussein without either bombing or starving the kids in his country?"
Sanctions & Iraq
"HONEST, UNFLINCHING, Prophetic"? Those are the words you use on your back cover to describe Sojourners.
Transformation at the Cross
How shall we live as disciples of Jesus the Christ? The readings for these winding-down weeks of the year all address that question.
Receive the Holy Spirit
The Cross of Forgiveness
These reflections actually began with Christmas, the incomprehensible feast celebrating the unbelievable fact: God with us, God loving us (see "Living the Word," November-December 1995).
The End and the Beginning
When Anti-Abortion Is Not Pro-Life
How people responded to the December 30 murders of abortion clinic workers in Massachusetts depended in large part on the ideological position of the responder.