S. Brent Plate continues his Intersections series with an interview about the KKK with Kelly J. Baker.
By Ann Neumann There are two places in the U.S. where you can be fed against your will: a Catholic hospital and a prison.
By Angela ZitoThis is The War. The War is far, far away, on a screen. It is terrible and distant. And most of us have never been made uncomfortable by it for a nanosecond.
Becky Garrison: What will a United States Supreme Court decision do for public opinion regarding same-sex marriage?
Quoting Charles Taylor quoting Schiller; from his essay "Disenchantment--Reenchantment" in The Joy of Secuarlism, now out in paperback.
Meera Subramanian The people on the streets of Delhi, are saying: We won’t disappear.
A provisional liturgy makes the U.S. Episcopal Church the first to practice same-sex marriage ceremonies, "in true unity."
"Panopticism is a form of knowledge and a form of power."