There’s always been a special place in spirituality for the poor — Jesus himself “became poor” (2 Cor 8:9). Poverty can be economic or spiritual. Here some people share how they face and alleviate it
Repair Cafés are a worldwide alternative to throwaway culture
Jillian spent two years serving in the Peace Corps in South Africa, living in a small village and learning to speak Xitsonga. “I started with the intention to give back, but I realized that I received so much more …”
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.
By applying a thought process that designers use, people in fields from business to healthcare can keep their work more people-centered
Ken Ardrey, a passionate minister, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at age 49. It shook him up, but it helped him to refocus his life
In some synagogues, women can be rabbis, while in others they follow traditional patterns. A personal view on the role of women in Judaism.