"After all, hadn't God led me here so you and I can deal with this together?" my mother said.
A pregnant feminist reflects on the need for good male mentors in a society loaded with damaging masculine norms.
Five years after the hemisphere's most catastrophic disaster in a century, Haiti seeks to build back better.
Central African Republic faith leaders say war is not perpetrated in God's name.
Mass prosecution of immigrants undercuts efforts against border violence.
Congressional leaders on both sides must be convinced to put people above party.
If Jen Bailey is emblematic of her generation in any way, we have a lot to be hopeful about.
Here's my list of the 10 best films of 2014 (many more are worthy, but 10 are all that will fit).
Witnessing: Prophecty, Politics, and Wisdom;edited by Maria Clara Bingemer and Peter Casarella / Forward Together: A Moral Message by Chalice Press / Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist by David Hartsough / The Salt of the Earth directed by Wim Wendres and Juliano Salgado.
One could ask if Danny Duncan Collum’s “Paying to Play” (December 2014) might prompt another proposal: Eliminate interscholastic school sports entirely and provide lots of intramural sports at schools or at the Y, an or
Thank you for Rabbi Seth Goren’s good article “Recognizing ‘Christian Privilege’” (July 2013).