The presidential campaign has been an exhausting marathon. Yet it's hardly touched on some major issues facing the nation.
If Rick Santorum wins the nomination, this could have at least one positive outcome: a general election campaign in which
the candidates actually talk about poverty.
Can we move from the encampments to the important work of speaking on behalf of the poor?
What are we doing to combat poverty
in our country and make sure that we join the voices of the prophets who speak
out against injustice? Often denominational