Journalists at Church-owned media who promote Pride Month material may not realize how confusing and discouraging it can be for active members like me.
Can followers of Christ speak the “whole language” without considering the entirety of the very language of Jesus that makes us whole? A review of Fr. Gregory Boyle’s book, The Whole Language: The Power of Extravagant Tenderness.
Messages of light emerging from darkness are so common as to be almost cliché. Until you experience it yourself. Like I did in an unusually cold, isolated Texas in February.
All across the globe, people have different theories of what went wrong with the Meghan and Harry fairytale. Most explanations, however, offer little hope of any redemption from the mess. There is one notable exception.
Proposals to advance greater gender equity and equality are often written off by conservatives as a “liberal” thing. But why? Respected scholar makes the case for a broader view on International Women’s Day.
More empathy for the difficulties, fears, and frustrations of others ought to help us move forward together despite political differences. These eleven books have helped me deepen my understanding of poverty in America.
Although tolerance is believed to be a way to avoid contention, if applied incorrectly, it can be used more as a weapon than a notion of compassion.
Ever been zoom-bombed by neo-nazis? I have. The intensity of the experience helped prepare me for what American is facing today.
We all know seniors are more at risk in our ongoing pandemic, with public expressions of concern and worry common. Do they know they are valued, cherished, and appreciated though?
More empathy for the difficulties, fears, and frustrations of others ought to help us move forward together despite political differences. These nine books have helped me deepen my understanding of those speaking out about race in America.
Five books that contain sentences and paragraphs and pages full of unique ideas that move our minds, touch our hearts, and fill our souls with light.