"It is by being in solidarity with sinners that Jesus brings about reconciliation. This is not a picture of Jesus that churches often emphasize."
I have come to understand that incarnation says at least as much about the world, nature and humankind as it does about God.
A truly nonsectarian prayer would be so vague as to hardly constitute prayer. Besides, government can't assume the task of scrutinizing prayers.
I recently went to parents' night at my stepsons' school. Since then, I've been thinking about the parishioners I've served over the years.
The Eucharist gives us innumerable gifts, but we may think of its power especially in terms of three.
Do smartphones make us smarter? Have breakthroughs in communications technology improved the quality of our lives? Media guru Douglas Rushkoff takes these questions on.
David Nirenberg has produced a highly learned intellectual history of anti-Judaism that is also lively, engaging and accessible.
As with many memoirists, Bolz-Weber's personal faults beget literary ones. Yet our regard for the narrator becomes less important than our regard for Christ.
Orphan Black is so suspenseful and addictive, you may not realize that it's examining deep questions about the meaning of selfhood.