First an acknowledgment I am not new to the work of Barbara Brown Taylor Years ago when I was in seminary a friend of mine recommended her collection of sermons Home By Another Way as well as her thoughts on preaching called The Preaching Life both of which I quickly devoured Her sermons cap
Religious nonprofits have been struggling harder than ever.
Elephantine Issue In “Making a Mark” (1/5), Richard G. Malloy, S.J., writes eloquently of the danger of not acknowledging “the elephant in the sacristy” when writing about vocations to the priesthood: gay priests, and the impact the current church climate has on both these pr
The presidential election of 2008 was no different than many other elections in that a significant amount of rhetoric was employed by all involved, candidates and their surrogates alike. However, this election was also characterized by a notable amount of religious rhetoric, particularly by many