August-September 2018 Articles Archive
At the roots of today’s Japan, a 1,000-year-old culture continues to permeate the life of the Japanese people
A path to reconciliation for one couple
While studies show a slight decline in poverty rates, more work lies ahead to lift people out of it
Project Lia is a nonprofit that aims to offer job-training for women exiting Indiana’s criminal justice system
An initiative to promote intra-Muslim and interreligious dialogue
When paying at the supermarket, does using the automatic checkout endanger people’s jobs?
“Some of my teenage students talk about their attraction to pornography. How can I explain to them why this goes against their own good in the long run?” F. S.
Air capture machines help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by transforming them for reuse
The difficult path to agree on the right school for our daughter
Pope Francis invites everyone to be part of new structures that alleviate poverty
Not many signed up, but we went ahead anyway
A reflection by Klaus Hemmerle (1929–1994), renowned theologian and former bishop of Aachen, Germany