From Where I Stand: In late June, John Kerry, six Americans from the Global Peace Initiative of Women and I were all working on behalf of peace, just at different levels.
From Where I Stand
From Where I Stand: We have long been agitated about the computerization of life, but we are only now beginning to articulate our concerns.
From Where I Stand: The power of the 24-hour news cycle is that sometimes we hear a story so often that we stop hearing it at all.
From Where I Stand: This column is about religious thuggery that in this case distorts the very Islam out which of it claims to grow.
From Where I Stand: The final report on the apostolic visitation of American nuns takes on a completely different tone than at its inception.
From Where I Stand: The temptation is to think that in the U.S., women are free, independent, secure, respected, welcomed on a par with their fathers and brothers everywhere.
From Where I Stand: The coalition of renewal groups will hold a Forum on the Family to present the opinions and insights of families from all over the world.
From Where I Stand: Not too long ago, the world barely noticed nuns. Now there is hardly an instance when the world does not notice them.
From where I stand: The very thought that the voice of the people is itself echoing through the church has incited alarm far too often.
From Where I Stand: The topic of reform in the church is on the table again, but time will tell if we have another Council of Trent on our hands.