Grace on the Margins: Francis' theological imagination makes it impossible for women to achieve equal decision-making power and sacramental authority in this church. And it's time we faced it.
Grace on the Margins
Grace on the Margins: The pope's meeting with Bishop Fellay shows us who among "dissenting" Catholics is worthy to encounter Francis, and who is not.
Grace on the Margins: Treating us with mercy presupposes that we, by our very natures, are in a state of sin or affliction and are in need of forgiveness.
Grace on the Margins: In an exhibit at the College of New Rochelle, the manger scene is a powerful reminder of God's presence within our most forsaken people and places.
Grace on the Margins: How much more powerful would the pope’s call for justice be if the church itself truly reflected justice?
Grace on the Margins: The canonization of Junípero Serra seems contradictory to Pope Francis' usual consideration for oppressed peoples.
Grace on the Margins: This week's news about the presence (or not) of LGBT voices at next month's World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia was disheartening, if unsurprising.
Grace on the Margins: Recent comments about Ray Rice were reminiscent of the troubling ways in which many Christians, especially clergy, talk about abuse.
Grace on the Margins: Why would Catholic schools willingly participate in the radical injustice of terminating the vocations of its devoted LGBT employees?
Grace on the Margins: When the World Meeting of Families announced its roster of speakers, some were surprised to see Rick Warren's name.