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The first Latin American pope has a reputation for supporting the poor and confronting systems that oppress. But does that make him a liberation theologian?

How are Christians supposed to love their neighbors in an economy like this?

Despite resettlement efforts, at least 55,000 Afghan refugees remain at military bases in the United States. 

We must practice disassociating from our national identities in order to fully embrace our identity in Christ.

Across the country, striking workers are demanding better labor conditions — and that's holy, purposeful work.

The president’s meeting with Pope Francis will focus on poverty, the climate crisis, and ending the pandemic, according to the White House.

We can improve our society's quality of life; we just have to pay attention.

Melting pot metaphors treat minorities like seasoning meant to be assimilated in a soup of whiteness.

Calls for "religious freedom" often have more to do with whiteness than the Bible.

Which voices are being prioritized in the drag community and the spiritual trauma community?