What can we learn from Woody Allen? If we don’t hesitate too much, we can discover unexpected potential in ourselves and our relationships…
Dealing with plagiarism is always delicate. A teacher understood though that it is not enough to simply enforce a “no plagiarism” rule, but instead helping the student to discover her own creativity.
By Maria Villar
How can we stop to fight about different opinions, especially about what is right and wrong? We need to climb above the apparent contradictions that divide us, putting mutual charity first…
By John Green
Handwritten letters are a special and purposeful gift – especially in this digital world.
By Annamaria Gatti
What do the Declaration of Independence and the Quran have in common? Reflections about being Muslim and being American in the post 9/11 era.
By Imam Mikal Saahir
Individual rights vs. the common good: are they in contradiction? Look up at the stars to gain a new perspective.
By Jerry Hearne
Trading punches for dance moves; guns for musical instruments: two anti-bullying programs striving to have an impact that strengthens children’s ability to deal with conflicts.
Art is not just something for the elite, but open to everyone, capable of healing both body and soul – if we give it a try.
By Pat Kane
The scarred areas of our lives — the “knots,” if you will — are wounds that we might try to forget or cover up, but Christ can bring new growth out of them and make them beautiful
Spiritual remembering is far more than summoning up a kind of photographic image in the brain