Politics and the Lies We Tell About Grief

by Brianne Donaldson We grieve our dead because they are gone. They are gone, and there are no words or promises that will bring them back. Yet, this mortal truth does not stop people from offering words and promises to one who mourns, as though to somehow protect themselves as spectators from even a peripheral [Read More…]

Racism Is a Spiritual Issue

By Therese Taylor-Stinson.   The shooting of unarmed black men by law enforcement officers and lone vigilantes ambushing churches has exposed the lie of a “post-racial” America. The polarization, the violence, and the controversies make it seem there is no turning from our human condition. But there is hope: In this racially divided time, religious communities [Read More…]

Spirituality and Democracy: Staying Engaged Amid Vulnerability

Together, let’s build and practice the courage to stay engaged in Democracy by doing the vulnerable work of the heart. [Read more…]