Some people are very good at asking questions. They turn things over, ponder them, assess from multiple angles, and articulate a question many of us may have missed. I admire people like this. Their questions cause us to pause...
Rachel Held Evans, a pilgrim in pursuit of truth
An inquisitive mind can better our church and world.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE
Controversial depictions of Jesus challenge us to reexamine religious values.
BY JOHN CHRISTMAN
Catholic men’s groups provide space for vulnerability and authenticity.
BY RHONDA MISKA
When the world seems topsy-turvy, Benedictine contemplation offers stability.
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOAN CHITTISTER, O.S.B.
Take a lesson from Shakespeare and let your inner actor guide you this Holy Week.
BY JENNIFER VOSTERS
Lose the luggage
Following Jesus is about being led. But are we willing to relinquish control to do so?
BY ALICE CAMILLE
“A Black woman shouldn’t suffer like Jesus did simply because of her race. Art can bring this to our attention in ways that words alone cannot.”John Christman