October 2, 2017

Vol.217 / No.7

October 2, 2017

People cross into Jerusalem from the West Bank through Checkpoint 300 (CNS photo/courtesy Sean Hawkey, World Council of Churches).
Arts & Culture Books
Elizabeth WebbAugust 10, 2017

Elizabeth Webb reviews "A Land Without Borders" by Nir Baram.

Arts & Culture Books
Nicholas P. CafardiAugust 16, 2017

Government action at every level has caused segregated housing and its ugly effects in the United States.

Arts & Culture Books
Thomas MaierAugust 16, 2017

As social observers, generally from opposite ends of the political spectrum, both men were keenly aware of England’s long-held class divisions.

Arts & Culture Television
Raymond A. SchrothSeptember 13, 2017

For nearly 20 years, the United States was severely divided by race, and a generational split not seen since the Civil War.

Arts & Culture Poetry
Devin KellySeptember 11, 2017

In the beginning my beginning hummed
with the sound of a thousand other beginnings.
Now, when I say light, I stare away from sun
& into your body. If I am to be in possession
of anything, I want it to be my state of witness.

Faith The Word
Michael SimoneSeptember 21, 2017

The Gospel passage this week finds Jesus still in the Temple, warning the chief priests and elders that their time is running out.

Faith The Word
Michael SimoneSeptember 21, 2017

Today's parable challenges anyone today with a position of leadership in the church.