Vol. 82, No. 11
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By Melissa Walker
Parents and kids can work together for the common good.
‘First you survive’
by Gwen McClure
The first few days of life outside prison are crucial for a future of freedom.
by Brian Doyle
Sometimes boldness in the face of danger means staying home.
Be not afraid
by Annemarie Scobey
Fear is natural, but it shouldn’t control us.
by Tim Flanigan
Parishes play a significant role in the addiction recovery process. Providing room is just the first step.
an interview with Shantha Ready Alonso
To care for the earth consider those who called it their home long before you, says the director of Creation Justice Ministries.
by Molly Jo Rose
Fighting for the most vulnerable is a good way to start being Christ’s light to the world.
The Examined Life: Image of God
By Beth Haile
Be not ashamed of scars and their stories.
Margin Notes: Flood warning
By Kevin Clarke
Cities around the world will need to develop survivability and sustainability—together.
Culture in Context: Still waiting
By Danny Duncan Collum
50 years after the Detroit rebellion the jury still seems to be out on whether black lives matter.
Testaments: Hold your lamp high
By Alice Camille
There’s more to weddings than fancy clothes and good food.
Glad You Asked: What is the common good?
By Beth Haile
At Home with our Faith: Out of the ordinary
By Annemarie Scobey
Misfortune offers time to examine darkness and acknowledge God’s presence.