Building bridges in a secular ageI hated them, they hated meA teen retreat with a difference Dialogue at the deli

Building bridges in a secular age

Not one bridge but many: How Catholic media today can dialogue with the world

I hated them, they hated me

I was so excited to have my first assignment as a homeroom teacher, but things went bad — how could the tension with my students break?

A teen retreat with a difference

Serving the homeless in Chicago’s inner city made a weekend special

Dialogue at the deli

It started simply with having lunch together… and now an Indiana interfaith group celebrates 20 years

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Dare to dialogue
Seeking for connection in your daily life

We live in a diverse society, where people belong to different religions and cultures, and have very different worldviews. Sociologists describe this as a differentiated world, and it comes with great struggles and opportunities. While we have more possibilities than ever to meet people different from ourselves and therefore expand our horizons, it can also be overwhelming and even make us feel like a stranger in our own land. The days are over where our countries were mostly populated by only one ethnicity or made up of people of mostly one faith or church tradition. How can we be ready to meet this diversity head on without fear of losing our roots?

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Serving the homeless in Chicago’s inner city

The tension between a teacher and her students had to break

How Catholic media today can dialogue with the world —van excerpt of a talk at Living City’s 50th anniversary panel

An Indiana interfaith group celebrates after 20 years