Young Voices: Given what Pope Francis says, when will we as church be willing to honor the faith of women throughout the world to lead?
Young Voices: There was something unique about knowing that if I resisted the exact demands of the officers interrogating me and searching my car, I put myself closer to danger.
Young Voices: Employees’ access to paid parental leave is emerging as an issue of critical importance in today’s church. Reader contributions highlight a workplace justice issue hiding in plain sight.
Young Voices: Catholics should pay closer attention to the paychecks of people who work at their parishes. In fact, the future of the church may depend on it.
Young Voices: This is the rhythm of our first weeks of parenthood: the transcendent, the mundane, and the gross come and go, and intermingle without a predictable pattern.
Young Voices: Here are just a few of the thoughts I had in the wake of a 58-mile hike in the Pacific Northwest.
Young Voices: Among the many types of anniversary celebrations, the ones that revolve around death and dying seem to be the most intense and complicated.
Young Voices: The following are my own priorities for what my son will take with him on his first day of kindergarten. There is some overlap with the school list, some designed help him simply be present to each moment with awe and gratitude.
Young Voices: As lay leaders assume an increased presence in the U.S. church, our lack of guaranteed paid parental leave is a serious theological problem -- and moral failure.
Young Voices: Clerical privilege has created the equivalent of a government safety net for priests while lay ministers walk the economic tightrope, minus the net.