Early, so early, my uncle began my instruction in death as a part of life.
'Doctors of the Church' Daniel and Philip Berrigan offer us a great service - if we have the ears to hear.
For Dan Berrigan, to 'proclaim the resurrection in word and act is an affront the State cannot tolerate.'
Dan Berrigan spent a lifetime standing against the hubris of policymakers - and religious leaders - who had lost their way.
In a world that tells black women their lives don't matter, cooking nutritious foods can be a quiet act of resistance.
A timely reminder for faith-based activists.
The simple acts of reading and talking together can be powerful catalysts for a church's vision and mission.
Must we choose between seeking justice and reveling in God's creation?
It's impossible to eliminate nuclear weapons and "upgrade" them at the same time.
A Day for the Hunter, A Day for the Prey, by Leyla McCalla. Jazz Village.
Fracture: Essays, Poems, and Stories on Fracking in America, edited by Taylor Brorby and Stefanie Brook Trout. Ice Cube Press.
The End of White Christian America, by Robert P. Jones. Simon & Schuster.
Big Telecom has engaged in a concerted campaign to shed its landline phone business.
Reflections from the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C.
Having a front porch means regular congregations, planned and unplanned.
"Soon" and "urgent" are words that can keep us from seeing the deep roots of problems - and solutions.
The goal, Graham said, is the "total destruction of nuclear arms."