The Nigerian-born activist grew up in Maine playing with the dirt—and experiencing environmental racism.
What if it functioned more like a bridge than a wall?
The history of Russian and Ukrainian Orthodoxy suggests the answer is complicated.
For Simone Weil, paying attention means asking, ”What are you going through?”
Our dependence on fossil fuels is filling Vladimir Putin’s war chest.
During the pandemic, I’ve realized how much I rely on her as a proxy for my faith.
Watching the destruction of the world we were warned was coming is a staple of American entertainment.
We betray Jesus for far less than was offered to Judas.
Even if we think we don’t need a savior, we seek one.
Were Mary and Martha at the Last Supper? It’s possible.
Paul Contino offers a hope-filled reading of The Brothers Karamazov.
Peter Leithart argues that the sacrament’s violence is surprisingly good news.
If his book were a trial, the verdict would be clear: guilty.
Stephen Young lets Paul’s letter speak for itself.