An interactive CD-ROM brings home the effects of the debt crisis.
"What do you do?" It's taken me about nine months to come up with a short answer for that question.
Our cover feature points out the importance of rituals that young men need to prepare them for responsible adulthood, not including the time your mother made you wear a bow tie for Dress-Up Day a
Once in a while you get to see people assimilate a value from a different culture. Its an enriching experience for everyone concerned.
Thirty-five years ago, on June 12, 1963, Medgar Evers was assassinated in front of his home on the west side of Jackson, Mississippi.
In 1977, the Church of England set out to modernize the Lords Prayer.
A neighbor lent me his January-February 1998 issue knowing that I am an Eastern Rite Catholic (also known as the Byzantine Rite).
RON DARTS commentary, "Beyond Clan Politics" (January-February 1998), discusses more than my own work, but permit me to focus on it alone.
During the stand-off between the United States and Iraq over that country’s suspected possession of chemical and biological weapons...
In a remote part of India, the worlds largest democracy, the democratic process came to a grinding halt recently.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Christians for Peace in El Salvador (CRISPAZ) seeks volunteers to live in community and work for social justice.
IM AFRAID THAT just when some wealthy individuals are organizing to ensure that their charity helps to reverse the unjust economic policies of our nation, Ted Turners widely publicize
YOUR MAGAZINE, to which I recently subscribed, is my first exposure to current events in more than 20 years, and my subscribing is the first "social action" Ive taken in 53 years (well...th
I AM WRITING to thank you for Duane Shanks article, "Grounded in the Book," in the January-February 1998 issue ("CultureWatch"), and to suggest that Rabbi Joseph Teluskins book, Bi
"HONEST, UNFLINCHING, Prophetic"? Those are the words you use on your back cover to describe Sojourners.
I WOULD LIKE to thank you in general for the excellent work you have been doing over all those years that I have been a subscriber to your journal.
IN HIS ARTICLE on the drama of the Ted Kaczynski Unabomber proceedings, Joe Nangle asks, "How could two siblings turn out so differently?" ("Life in Community" March-April 1998).
Genuine faith is never a private matter, something hidden away in ones mind and spirit.
I JUST CALLED Ed Spivey, author of the monthly "Hrumphs," to thank him for his most recent effort (March-April 1998).
I JUST RECEIVED the January-February issue, and I want to thank you for the articles on male-female equality.
The Clinton administration’s aggressive promotion of U.S. arms sales around the world tops Project Censored’s list of censored or underreported news stories for 1997.