From Where I Stand: Not too long ago, the world barely noticed nuns. Now there is hardly an instance when the world does not notice them.
From Where I Stand
From where I stand: The very thought that the voice of the people is itself echoing through the church has incited alarm far too often.
From Where I Stand: The topic of reform in the church is on the table again, but time will tell if we have another Council of Trent on our hands.
From Where I Stand: The preservation of darkness is a life-giving dimension of human existence, one that must be preserved if life is to be preserved at its healthiest best.
From Where I Stand: A new group is making public moves to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the name of "religious freedom."
From Where I Stand: Women and men of the United States will get new news about the age-old question of women's equality with the release of The Shriver Report.
From Where I Stand: Without the input of women, humanity sees with only one eye, hears with one ear and thinks with only one half of the human mind.
From Where I Stand: In 1963, three great men with great visions made headlines. After a stirring 50 years, where are we now?
From Where I Stand: Mary was a woman not intimidated into the Incarnation, not beholden to male answers, and not in doubt about her place in the church.
From Where I Stand: Bhutan, a tiny country between China and India, has chosen a spiritual rather than economic metric of achievement, and it's refreshing.