Sojourners Magazine: December 2021
Cole Arthur Riley's social media space @BlackLiturgies gives voice to a spirituality born of the movement for Black lives.
Cole Arthur Riley's viral social media account reframes what “liturgical” language sounds like.
Cartographer Molly Burhans is leveraging GIS technology to transform the Catholic Church's land use.
We are proof that science and God are not in competition.
Christians are among those asking (if, for some, belatedly): 'What can I do?'
Cole Arthur Riley's @BlackLiturgies offers ‘food for hungry souls.’
Advent reminds us that even the God of the universe sought asylum in the wake of violent oppression.
To change our future, we must reckon with our past.
Our generation has fallen short on climate action, but there's still time to change our legacy.
Vengeance is a formula for a vicious cycle of violence.
Through Theater of War, Brooklyn's Jumaane Williams helps audiences process tragedy.
Grief, relationship, and sacred space in Céline Sciamma’s Petite Maman.
What the Met Gala reveals about media manipulation.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Clint Smith's How the Word Is Passed shows how different places tell, or do not tell, the truth.
Melissa Florer-Bixler's new book makes the biblical case for emboldened anger against injustice.
The Gates Foundation's Failing "Green Revolution"
Coercing communities to embrace industrial farming through AGRA is not a solution to poverty.