Illustration by M.P. Wiggins
As much as we'd prefer feel-good activism, the beatitudes pull us out of the comfort zone of the self that always wants to stop at having "done its part."
Today's stereotypes of the black family are hard-drawn, inhuman caricatures, not real humanity, explains Lisa Sharon Harper.
Being pro-life means opposing capital punishment.
The Cold War may have come and gone, but its legacy lives on.
Reflections on the Common Lectionary, Cycle B