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How did Yemen arrive at this point?
At Yale, classrooms full of future doctors, lawyers, and hedge fund managers are contemplating the good life.
The 1983 revision put forward by Pope John Paul II to the entire code made it impossible for bishops to dismiss priests.
A well-placed wisecrack can pull the mighty down from their thrones.
The ministry of abiding, even in the face of decline, is an offering to God.
Under Trump and Putin, a strange alliance gets stranger.
A Guatemalan asylum seeker has an attorney and a team of supporters. It was still hard to get her children back.
A sandwich can be a subversive act.
The idea is disarmingly simple: all you need is a dinner table.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice represents a watershed moment in the idea and practice of what a public memorial can be.
When Jews, Christians, and Muslims gather to celebrate arts and culture, the dividing walls crumble.
The clergy are all right—at least, as all right as anyone else is.
The evangelical group teaches farming, provides hospitality to newly arrived refugees, and watches the local salmon.
Some white Christians have complained that Ava DuVernay’s film is not faithful to Madeleine L’Engle’s book. A lot of people of color, however, have been feeling this movie deeply.