Carol K. CoburnNovember 19, 2014
Religious Women: Past, Present, Future?
Carol K. CoburnNovember 19, 2012
From Michael Sean Winters, a biography of Jerry Falwell
Faith in Focus
Carol K. CoburnJuly 20, 2009
My companion said it out loud first: “Carol, we’re in trouble.” She was right. Early that morning we had set off for the last leg of a five-day backpacking trek through the beautiful but challenging Weminuche Wilderness in southern Colorado. We had survived fierce sun, raging creek
Arts & Culture Books
Carol K. CoburnNovember 21, 2005
It is difficult if not impossible to overstate the dramatic changes in American religious life in the mid- to late 20th century Regardless of whether one views them a success or failure no one can argue that Catholic religious sisters burst through the Second Vatican Council rsquo s doors and wi
Carol K. CoburnNovember 10, 2003
Preaching to huge crowds in the 18th century the highly popular theologian Jonathan Edwards did not soften his rhetoric when it came time to describe the fate of humanity and its need for divine grace Natural men are held in the hand of God over the pit of hell They have deserved the fiery pit a
Carol K. CoburnMarch 03, 2003
After completing a story on the Catholic nuns rsquo pension fund in 1986 and being intrigued by the lives and contributions of American Catholic sisters John J Fialka began work on the book Sisters Catholic Nuns and the Making of America Fialka a reporter for The Wall Street Journal rsquo s W