Grace on the Margins: A Church for Our Daughters group says the Roman Catholic hierarchy's doctrine on gender and sexuality is leading to an exodus of young women from the church.
Grace on the Margins
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: 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?