Here's a little round-up of links from the web you may have missed this week:
Over the past decade, discussions about justice have reached a tipping point in the evangelical world.
Few people expect their workplace benefits to be a casualty of the culture wars, but in Washington, DC, the battle over same-sex marriage hit local employees of Catholic Charities square in the poc
Somebody sent that sign to my wife Joy and she promptly put it up outside right next to our front door. It's true -- our family now organizes life around baseball.
Do secondary debt markets, hedge funds, and offshore banking make you want to dance? Probably not.
In my daily prayer book, the morning antiphon for today said: "The Lord chose these holy men for their unfeigned love
Watching a disaster unfold on the news is always heartbreaking, but when it occurs in your hometown and you are far away, it can be debilitating.
This January, four immigrant college students from Florida began a fifteen hundred mile pilgrimage, "risking their future because the present is unbearable" (Matos, 23, in http://www.nytim
Why are people poor? Why do they stay poor? What would it take to get them out of poverty? These are major questions that have been heavily debated for a century in our country.