...and other lies we tell men. Why developing an inner life is essential to healing men from the explosive violence bottled up within.
Palestinian Christians call for a nonviolent movement to end the occupation.
The U.S. Social Forum's alternative vision for our country and the world.
I am still pro-Israel, but I've also become pro-Palestinian.
Are parties becoming just another name for permanent divisiveness?
I never look forward to my trips to Dallas, a red-state city short on political tolerance but long on congenial in-laws, who welcome me to their comfortable little patch of sagebrush while trying t
We're heading in a direction "not compatible with the planet to which life on earth is adapted."
How did you begin your work as a lawyer and activist? I think it was my vocation.
The Complete Psalms, by Pamela Greenberg. Bloomsbury USA. Joyful Noise, edited by Robert Strong. Autumn House Press.
In March 2008, several fast-food employees found themselves on the wrong side of U.S. immigration policies.
Made for Goodness: And Why This Makes all the Difference, by Desmond Tutu and Mpho Tutu. Harper One.
Faith's roots in a dry land.
Documentary films have the potential to both show us the world and change it.
In May, a court in Brazil sentenced a second rancher to 30 years in prison for ordering the murder of Dorothy Stang, a Catholic Sister of Notre Dame de Namur, who worked in Brazil with small farmer
Since 1968, public high schools in most states have been administering a military aptitude test and providing the Pentagon with names, addresses, and phone numbers, detailed career plans, Social Se
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C
African-American women own significantly less wealth than any other social demographic, according to a report by the Insight Center for Community Economic Development.
In 2009, a mass grave, possibly the largest in Latin America, was discovered near La Macarena, Colombia, within sight of a major military base that is also used by U.S.
I agree wholeheartedly with Jennifer Hope Kottler’s “You Get What You Pay For” (April 2010). I would add that we need to have a say in where the taxes go.
Over chatter of starlings and grackles, you hear your father’s voice, confident and constant as bee hum in the backyard of your thoughts.
As a Presbyterian (PCUSA) pastor, I once had a fascinating conversation with another person who worked for the PCUSA.
Alabama-based BelieverBands has jumped on the silly-bandz wagon with its own stretchy evangelism.
I was glad to see the interview with Sami Awad (“Tear Down This Wall,” May 2010) advocating nonviolence as a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Richard Rohr is founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and a Franciscan priest of the New Mexico Province.
For more on building Christian community, Bob Sabath and Sondra Shepley suggest the following resources (but Bob cautions, “Books a community doth not make!”).