Michael O’Loughlin paints a vivid portrait of the complex, compassionate, and sometimes daring ways individual Catholics responded.
We may feel compassion in our guts, but we learn it by practicing empathic solidarity.
His advice: be yourself, be underprepared, be weird.
Despite the government’s desire to eliminate non-Hindu faiths, churches thrive in the nation’s diverse south.
Patrick Henry’s vision of monasticism is not a fleeing ark, but a marsh teeming with life.
Feeding bodies and souls at Everyone’s Table
“People from every religious tradition want to be of service to God’s creation in a genuine way.”
Kenosis, solidarity, and discipleship
“We began to paint frescoes on the ruins of abandoned churches. We did not ask anyone’s permission.”
He thrived on the process of endearing himself to all who hope for better days.
When churches whitewashed their walls, they left themselves vulnerable.
Silence, in the Christian tradition, is a shared discipline as much as an individual one.
Menstruation supplies are expensive—and stigmatized. So many people just go without.
Arthur Kleinman’s memoir gets at the heart of what it means to be human.
Tal Howard offers a carefully researched history, from the Mughal Empire to Nostra aetate and beyond.