Usually it takes courage to preach Good Friday. This year, it will take courage to proclaim “He is risen!” on Easter morning.
“The church, as wonderful as it has been, has been a very difficult place for some people.”
Merton has been my spiritual companion, but as a Black woman, I have questions for him.
We are flakes of snow; we are notes vanishing in the air.
Christ harrows hell, and nowhere are we beyond the hand that holds that harrow.
Sometimes sacrifice is an act of love.
It won’t look the same, but there’s potential for renewal.
Approaching Holy Week in the wake of a half million COVID-19 deaths
The first Easter was a wrecked scene of dispirited disciples in the shadows of an insurrection.
It’s a screwball comedy about pandemic life! Pandemic life without kids, that is.
Thomas gets so overwhelmed by Jesus’ presence that he ends up shelving the autopsy.
It’s Easter. Step into the future.
Sociologist Matthew Clair explores race and class at work in the criminal court system.
The companion book to the PBS series is accessible, comprehensive, and joyful.
Philip Kolin’s poetry is about juke joints, bluesmen, mosquitoes, ladybugs, race, faith, and more.
Yes and no, says the data.