Law, Morality and Common Ground
It seems as if every complicated moral issue sooner or later becomes a legal issue, at least in the United States. Consider, for example, the recent tobacco litigation.
Catholics and Jews
The world of Catholic-Jewish relations is far, far better today than it was when I was growing up in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, where Jews were the overwhelming majority.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Is there anything more central to our existence than hope? And when it is denied, is there anything more disheartening?
A Nightmarish Existence
While the number of refugees who are residing in a foreign country dropped worldwide in the 1990’s, during the same period civil wars, government repression and other forms of social violence led to a
Two nights before Thanksgiving, and no president-elect yet. A remarkable turn of events!
Books and Culture
Ecumenism in spiritual book publishing is alive and well.
Michael Ruse, a professor of philosophy and zoology at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, is that rare bird, a theologically liter
In this, the third and presumably final volume of his Agnes Browne trilogy, Brendan O’Carroll sends poor Agnes off to heaven at the relative
Road maps provide a wonderful metaphor for life.
What you look hard at looks back hard at you.