Grace on the Margins: Our zeal for Pope Francis should not blind us to the connections between Catholic doctrine and the suffering of the poor.
Grace on the Margins
Grace on the Margins: No week is ever a good week for women’s equality in the Roman Catholic church. But last week was particularly grim.
Grace on the Margins: The sad irony is that many of the women who suffer most from gender inequality likely won't be able to contribute to the project.
If you want to ban or seriously restrict access to abortion, it is not enough to believe deeply that abortion is wrong.
Grace on the Margins: Frameworks that assume the over-and-doneness of struggles for justice cannot account for UVA or Ferguson, Steubenville or Eric Garner.
Grace on the Margins: To understand the pope's attitudes on marriage and family, review what he’s said about women not gay Catholics.
Grace on the Margins: Under what conditions is suffering redemptive? How do you know you're right?
Grace on the Margins: The conference orbited around Passionist Fr. Thomas Berry, whose work on the universe story and the environmental crisis has deeply influenced generations.
Grace on the Margins: Can the hierarchy reach a point where they no longer see themselves as parents and the laity as children?
Grace on the Margins: Why don't most justice-oriented Catholics in the United States get upset about the church's ban on contraception anymore? The problem, I believe, is privilege.