Sojourners Magazine: January 2022
American workers are exhausted. Can an ancient biblical practice show us a way out?
Holy rest is only possible in community.
Faith leaders must suspend the belief that mental health clinicians will minimize religious belief, and clinicians must trust in collaboration.
New internet technologies present new options—and questions—for Christians' work for justice.
Mary reminds us that, ultimately, the mighty will be brought down from their thrones and the hungry will be filled with good things.
Technological advances must be coupled with a commitment to community.
Our myriad crises are exacerbated by our lack of global cooperation.
How to have constructive conversations amid anti-CRT mania.
A paradigm-shifting lectionary embraces the Bible's liberating power.
Holding onto wonder in the face of loss.
'In America: Remember’ was a vast field of flags: one for each person who died from COVID-19.
Dopesick and Purdue Pharma's deadly lies.
Unarguably heavy words roll easily off poet Lawrence Joseph's tongue.
Hoarders reminds us that sorting people is never as easy as “good” and “bad.”
Michael J. O'Loughlin's Hidden Mercy draws attention to Catholics who fought HIV/AIDS injustice with compassion.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Colorism, freedom, and the loneliness of love in Kaitlyn Greenidge's Libertie.
Whose Suffering Are You Wearing?
Going beyond ethical shopping to stand in solidarity with garment workers.