Column: I am surprised and shocked when Christians defend corporal punishment. It seems to me that followers of the Prince of Peace should be practicing peace.
Column: Slightly painful as it is to confess, I admire Pat Buchanan. He has the persistence of taking and giving uppercuts and rising after knockdowns.
I'm showing up. As a baby boomer from the United States. As a person of faith.
I am going to the People's Climate March on Sept. 21 in New York.
The security of our home, planet Earth, is threatened. That's why I'm going. It is not the terrorists, the immigrants, or people who are poor that is causing this threat to Earth's viability. It's the continued excessive emissions of greenhouse gases created by those of us who live in highly industrialized, corporatized and technology-rich countries.
Global Sisters Report: The third tour, which is campaigning against "the power of big money," kicks off Wednesday.
Column: As America becomes more and more polarized, the old adage that "all politics is local" seems less and less relevant.
Column: The nation's largest maker of killing machines has been botching delivery of the F-35 fighter jet to its loyal customers -- the U.S. Navy, Marines and Air Force.
Column: What if these "divisions" among Christians were seen not as disunity but as diversity -- a positive, not a negative?
Column: Voters in half a dozen states will decide in November whether the next two years are going to be difficult for the president to accomplish anything.
Column: At the age of 50, principal Pete Cahall was tired. Not physically. Emotionally. Hiding his sexuality was wearing him out.
Column: Want to read something substantial, but you're all Francis'd out? Here are 10 summer spiritual books to consider.