January 2015 Articles Archive
An interview with David Moxon, director of the Anglican Center in Rome, about ecumenical dialogue today
Looking back at Jesus’ Last Supper and the practice of the first Christians, the coming together on the first day of the week and breaking the bread together may be either an enrichment to one’s own faith journey or as an insight that fosters dialogue.
By applying a thought process that designers use, people in fields from business to healthcare can keep their work more people-centered
How personal encouragement spurred a future teacher to found an innovative school
The largest hospital in Somalia, founded by Dr. Hawa Abdi, has served 90,000 Somalians over the last 20 years. Despite a brutal civil war, all patients are treated, no matter their tribe or ability to pay
Reflections about assisted suicide and the myth of individual autonomy
The restructuring of the department wasn’t easy at all. I realized that was most needed was to build bridges between the boss and staff — how could I do that?
You may be surprised by the fact that this month’s Word of Life is not authored by Focolare founder Chiara Lubich. We have been used to being nourished by her thoughts, and her commentaries will always be a precious treasury for many of you.
January 25, 1915: first transcontinental phone call
January 26, 1915: 100 years of Rocky Mountain National Park