The number one thing that might save academia

What would happen to academia if we started treating each other as people? [Read more…]

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It’s time to honor the hard work of raising children

The church should be at the vanguard of a much-needed revolution in caretaking and the raising of children, says a young mother of four. We own the groundwork, the history and the theology of care.  This article originally appeared at Faith and Leadership. By Andrea Palpant Dilley A male friend of mine recently struck up [Read More…]

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Even old dogs can make all things new

Editors’ Note: This article is part of the Patheos Public Square on Engaging the New Year. Read other perspectives here. By Will Messenger This post is a contribution to the Patheos January Public Square about our outlook on the New Year and the ways our spirituality can shape that vision. My chief interest is the [Read More…]

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Watch GOING ON VOCATION documentary for free!

Right now, the first section of Vision Video’s great new Going on Vocation: Exploring Work as it Was Meant to Be video is available to watch for free on Vimeo. What if work can be redeemed? What if God has a calling on your life? Noted scholars are joined by a waitress, a policeman, a [Read More…]

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Follow my passion where, exactly?

This post originally appeared at OnFaith.  Ask Laura appears every Tuesday at http://www.faithstreet.com/onfaith and  features responses to your questions about religion, relationships, and the mess they often create. You can submit questions to Laura via Twitter (@lkoturner) or email her at asklaura@faithstreet.com. By Laura Turner Dear Laura, I graduated from a college a few years ago and after a [Read More…]

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The sorrows of Mary and the callings of Christians

Today is the day after the Feast of the Holy Cross, and in the Catholic tradition this is, fittingly, the commemoration of the Sorrows of Mary. Historically, this feast originated in 1668, although it drew on a longer tradition of devotion to Mary as the sorrowful mother of the suffering Christ. In the 13th century, [Read More…]

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