“The answer isn’t to run away, but to stay:” Despite the difficulties, a retiree gets involved in politics — and becomes a bridge between the different parties.
Teaching our children to not see race implies there is something to hide and harbors shame
Remembering Aldo ” Stedile, a pioneer of the Focolare who inspired many with his enthusiasm and passion for unity.
Children across the country and around the world learn the Gospel-based Art of Loving through the Cube of Love program. This is from Paolo Abratigue, an 8-year-old from Australia
After the devastating destruction of Haiyan in the Philippines: Even the strongest typhoon cannot blow away the will of helping others
Helping a client face his addiction, a social worker realized, “It’s not about him lying to me, it’s about me serving my neighbor…”
The first meeting of the homeowner’s association. Beyond landscaping, establishing rules and the money in the association’s bank account, there is suddenly an opportunity: reach out to get to know your neighbor…
By Dana and Steve Becker
Denise Coyle, a former New Jersey Assembly woman, describes the rules of “the rough game” she fell in love with: politics…
By Jade Giaccobe
A cornbread casserole for special occasions: how a turning point in life led to new recipes
By Dora Trevino
Do interfaith meetings are only happening on special occasions? Not for Imam Furqan A. Muhammad. He discovered dialogue as a part of his everyday ministry – right alongside prayer and serving the poor.