By Rhonda Miska
Rhonda Miska reflects on the Biblical account of the Road to Emmaus for those who feel grief and discouragement on the road to racial justice. →
Angela Alaimo O'Donnell's poem contemplates: "Light / sung loud as loons, the Abbey bells rung bright / as Christ’s gold leaf icon shining in its niche." →By Susan Sink
"As a person socialized as white in a racist culture, O’Connor does not intuitively grasp the psychic damage done by slavery ... and this lack of understanding and experience shows up in the stories as well as in the letters." →
A Jewish-Catholic Conversation
How do we teach toward curiosity in our religious institutions? How do we build interfaith relationships so when crisis happens we can support each other? →
In a revision of their book, "Leading Lives that Matter," Dorothy Bass and Mark Schwehn provide new perspectives as they ask: What should we do and who should we be? →
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