The price of justice for the oppressed is set so low, it is valued less than a moment’s comfort for the powerful. Read more

There’s a long tradition of Catholics being accused of cannibalism, eating our own God, and of morbidity, collecting dried fingers and shriveled hearts, building chapels out of bones of dead monks Read more

If there was any scandal in the Met Gala, it is that when the world looks on us, it does not see the church of the poor. Read more

44 million Americans are uninsured right now. My children and I are among these. Being uninsured means that when a child is sick, you have to make a gamble. Read more

We have seen clearly what happens when communities and religious organizations cover-up sexual assault. Read more

  My friend Cassidy Hall is one of those wonderful humans who still write letters, and last week she sent me a card with that famous prayer by Thomas Merton, one of a handful of prayers I can say and really mean: My Lord God, I have no idea where I am going. I do not see the road ahead of me. I cannot know for certain where it will end. nor do I really know myself, and the fact… Read more

We can’t ignore the injustice that’s built into our mass produced food system. Read more

If objecting to racism, sexism, and theological dissent is seen as an “attack” on conservative profs, then perhaps a conservative prof is not a great thing to be. Read more

The failure to understand the nature of suffering means that one fails in spiritual discernment when looking at painful situations Read more

There is a world of difference between BEING a victim and PLAYING a victim. Read more

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