A small c catholic: If we are to own the faith in a personal way, we must put our doubts, questions and certainties into our own words.
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A small c catholic: Evangelicals proclaim strict sola scriptura, the Vatican proclaims limits on "proper" churches -- but do people in the pews care?
A small c catholic: The 500th anniversary of the Reformation is an opportunity for Christians to understand why the body of Christ is so divided today.
A small c catholic: I would add this question to Tom Roberts' article on peacemaking: What is an ordinary Protestant or other kind of Christian to do?
A small c catholic: The deathbed volunteer work lots of us did in the early days has given way to bingo, but the call to compassion worldwide remains.
A small c catholic: Religious extremists suppress doubt, but uncertainty and questioning can help us keep our faith grounded and authentic.
A small c catholic: The recent U.S. Justice Department decision to phase out use of prisons run by private, for-profit contractors is welcome news. But why should people of faith care?
A small c catholic: Young people's chances of making the world a more secure and loving place improve dramatically when they know what came before them.
A small c catholic: Ecumenical dialogue requires good listening -- especially when speaking with a priest in the cathedral where he serves as rector.
A small c catholic: Elie Wiesel spent his career making sure that we remembered the evil of the Holocaust, and the stories of its survivors.