Tish Harrison Warren, a rising star in Christian spiritual writing
(RNS) — Tish Harrison Warren’s willingness to merge personal vulnerability with deep theological reflection has made her one of the most promising Christian spiritual writers of her generation.
Seeing Pope Francis in the Argentine priest made a cardinal 20 years ago
(RNS) — The ideas Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio carried with him to Rome have become the pillars of his papacy.
There was a time reparations were actually paid out – just not to formerly enslaved people
(The Conversation) — This time the benefits would go to the Black descendants of the enslaved, not to enslavers and their offspring.
In US Capitol attack, America’s violent gun culture finally reached its source
(RNS) — Gun violence is not an issue that can be solved through legislation alone; it will require moral and religious efforts as well.
The pope’s Iraq visit will make headlines. Can it make life better for religious minorities?
(RNS) — A sense of foreboding plagues efforts to return Christians and Yazidis to their homelands.
Why a Catholic journalist is urging the church to engage Black Lives Matter
(RNS) — In her book, ‘Birth of a Movement,’ Olga Marina Segura highlights how the Black Lives Matter movement ‘is the secular version of our Catholic social teaching.’
United Methodists reschedule meeting — and decision on splitting — again
(RNS) — In the meantime, bishops have called for another special session.