National Liberation Day of Korea spurs us to celebrate the past and work for a united future.
And that conversation's inevitable limits
The world won't be saved by my prayers or virtuous desires.
I went to see the Rolling Stones play again—and revisited an adolescent fantasy.
The border struggle and the problem of collective distrust
Looking for God in the murkiness of human relationships.
At mass with my friend, I received grace through hospitality—without receiving bread and wine.
I've long identified with Mary's fire. Now I want to learn from Elizabeth.
Do anti-Semitic appeals to the Bible always constitute an abuse of scripture? Would that it were so simple.
At the border, survivors of violence present their scarred bodies as testimony.
Was the familiar God I knew as a preacher's kid the same one who inspired such greatness?
Some of us church insiders have more in common with the undecided folks than we often say.
Penny embodies the kind of love that holds onto hope amid suffering, redemption amid pain, and forgiveness amid hurt.