God calls us to serve the world with our bodies—even when those bodies are failing.
Doyle’s exuberant writing praised particular things in rich detail. It cut to the pulsing heart of life.
Lots of theologians want to challenge economic injustice. Not many draw their arguments from Anselm and Aquinas.
Or, to paraphrase Thesis 17: Purgatory now!
Because my yearning comes from somewhere, and that somewhere must be you.
Small words can say a lot about how we see our place in the world.
Trump can't stop the international community from taking action.
How can we overcome our anxiety? And should we even try?
More than 60 million of the world’s Christians are members of churches that have been around since Chalcedon—and rejected it.
We have forgotten how to dream the land.
We can be joined by our suffering, not just separated.
Wilson adopted a brand of social Christianity that justified white supremacy and more.
To Mary Clark Moschella, joy is a countercultural phenomenon.
We can’t all be Indiana Jones, but now we can read about why archaeology matters.
Philip Kolin's longtime spiritual director was a chain-smoking oblate who fed everyone.
Abare Kallah is bringing together both Christians and Muslims harmed by Boko Haram.