Interfaith leaders and graduating high school students from across the United States joined hands to pray in the Hart Senate Office Building yesterday at the end of a http://www.christianp
One of the most precious artifacts I have in my office isn't an ancient coin or oil lamp. It is a business card. From northern Iraq.
Imagine a parent with two recalcitrant teenagers.
Editor's Note: This statement was delivered at an interfaith prayer vigil at the U.S.
The emotion that grips me this morning, after watching President Obama's speech last night and listening to the commentary about the "end of our combat mission in Iraq," is a deep sadness.
The New York Times reports, "Under intense international pressure after its commandos killed nine activists aboard an http://blog.sojo.net/2010/06/02/another-cost-of-the-flotilla-
Sometimes it feels like there's hardly enough outrage to go around. I started this post to condemn the recent, well, outrageous, words of Helen Thomas.
In this simple statement from his poem Mending Wall, modern American poet Robert Frost voices the deep concern with how human fear leads to building walls that separate us from others.