March 2017 Articles
400 YEARS AGO: POCAHONTAS DIES
100 YEARS AGO: FIRST WOMAN IN CONGRESS
10 YEARS AGO: TURN OFF THE LIGHT!
What spirituality triggers the great director? What is his idea of Catholicism? Complex questions, fueled by the fact that his films often address spiritual subjects
Rebel Nell jewelry does not just bring beauty — it gives new life perspectives to homeless women
The pope calls to build new economic structures
Chuck Matthei, an American adherent of Gandhian economics, taught how elegant, reciprocal and wondrous economics can be
Children across the country and around the world learn the Gospel-based Art of Loving through the Cube of Love program. Here’s how A.J., a fifth-grader from Vancouver, Canada tried to practice “love your enemy.”
How the Economy of Communion project moves beyond simple philanthropic approaches
As robots and machines do more and more of the work, how do we improve people’s lives?
Restoring peace at work and in our family
When two younger siblings arrive at the same time