Book review: In The Human Scaffold, anthropologist Josh Berson invites readers into a world that turns upside down conventional arguments about how we can best meet the challenges of climate change in the 21st century.
Appreciation: Ted George now joins the ancestors. He leaves behind important lessons about community organizing, resiliency, and the gifts and personal costs that come along with a devotion to cross-cultural justice work.
Commentary: There is a price we have paid for disrupting natural systems of self-regulation. Controversy about the gray wolf offers clues to such hidden connections. Yet, a legend of St. Francis offers hope.
Thirty of us move in procession around the Seattle streets that border a historic, cobblestoned park called Pioneer Square. We accompany Jesuit Fr. Pat Twohy and a homeless man who carries a cross, nailed together from two pieces of discarded driftwood.