Young Voices: If we encounter Christ in those people who are marginalized and get to know them, we won't be able to throw them away.
Book review: Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tracy K. Smith's memoir is what a reader might expect to find if Rudy Huxtable grew up to be an astoundingly good writer.
Soul Seeing: I read something so powerful the other day that I can't get it out of my mind.
During my 67 years' worth of life lessons, I've been told more than once that three is not a good number for relationships. Don't date in threes, don't live in threes, and don't jointly own anything in threes. One person always gets left out; another tries to take over. Then there is the person in the middle. Threes are a disaster when it comes to relationships.
Global Sisters Report: I was bitten by the vocation bug. But I was afraid to approach my parents.
The Peace Pulpit: It's appropriate that as we celebrate Pentecost, we do it with the background of the life and martyrdom of Oscar Romero.
My Table is Spread: What we have in common are names and stories and hopes, but first we have to come together.
Essay: What could the U.S. church look like in 50 years? One writer takes a guess.
Years ago, I had the privilege of living among the Aymara people of Peru. Born in territory conquered by the Incas and again centuries later by the Spaniards, this stubbornly rooted people have maintained their own language and culture in spite of all attempts to impose a uniform culture and way of speaking on them. I have always admired them for their centuries-long fidelity to the truth of who they are.