Grace on the Margins: W. Bradford Wilcox wrote that one way to end violence against women is for women to stop sleeping around and get married.
Grace on the Margins
Grace on the Margins: How can women achieve true empowerment when their religious leaders declare that it is God's plan that women are not entitled to equal spiritual authority?
Grace on the Margins: The similarities between Francis' quotes and Müller's statement on LCWR show that Müller's talking points are coming directly from the pope.
Grace on the Margins: If the church allows married men into the priesthood, they will be a certain kind of man, opposed to full equality for women.
Grace on the Margins: "Radical Grace" follows three sisters during a year that was particularly emotional for women religious.
Grace on the Margins: The Vatican has remained silent as Uganda and Nigeria passed anti-homosexuality legislation. Where is Pope Francis?
Author explores the power of offering ashes to strangers on the streets.
Grace on the Margins: After the fight over Quest for the Living God, Sr. Elizabeth Johnson's new project focuses on God's relationship with nonhumans.
Grace on the Margins: Members of the New York Metro chapter of Call to Action learned about their rights and responsibilities when facing a parish merger or closure.
Grace on the Margins: One visit to a monthly potluck of young adult Catholics may leave you questioning the idea that progressive young Catholics have lost interest in the church.