In John Carr's view, Pope Francis is already shaking up the Catholic Church—and the best is yet to come.
Gaza, a land at once ugly and impoverished—and beautiful and rich.
Pope Francis is clearly on a mission to alter the status quo, but will that extend to greater freedom for women's leadership in the church?
How taking it to the streets is changing theological education.
Regardless of where we end up on immigration reform, Matthew 22 reminds us that no law can make us love our neighbor.
Dreams of a better life—and political corruption—spark rising protests around the world.
Korean sex slaves—so-called "comfort women"—stand up for respect and justice.
GOP attempts to circumvent the health-care law range from the inane to downright bullying.
More than 80 bills to restrict voter access were introduced in 2013.
If you have something to hide, hide it better.
The March by PBS / Secular Days, Sacred Moments edited by David Cooper / One True Vine by Mavis Staples / The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by Dale Hanson Bourke
When we experience movies like memories, we meditate rather than consume, and do what Pascal suggested was the antidote to all the problems in the world: sitting still for 10 minutes and thinking.
Comic book creator Gene Luen Yang on his latest work, Boxers & Saints.
Has the uptick in Christians eager to adopt overseas done more harm than good?
Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation. Fortress Press.
Pastrix: The Cranky, Beautiful Faith of a Sinner & Saint by Nadia Bolz-Weber
As a Christian who leads four lectionary study groups, I attempt to bring Rabbi Seth Goren’s wisdom on “Recognizing ‘Christian Privilege’” (July 2013) to my students by using Jewish websit
Rose Marie Berger’s “The Pope We’ve Been Waiting For?” (June 2013) is spot on!
Gregg Brekke’s important article “A Holy Land Without Christians?” (July 2013) draws attention to an issue that should concern us all—the decreasing Christian population throughout the Middle East.
A poem in response to “Peering in the Dark Corners,” by Catherine Woodiwiss (July 2013), on U.S.
Excerpt from Stand Our Ground: Poems for Trayvon Martin and Marissa Alexander
I appreciated Danny Duncan Collum’s article “Love, Race, and History” (June 2013) about U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey.
When most people think of Gaza, surfing is not the first thing that comes to mind. But photo journalist Ryan Rodrick Beiler has an eye for capturing the resilience and richness of life in this occupied land.