From Where I Stand: Without the input of women, humanity sees with only one eye, hears with one ear and thinks with only one half of the human mind.
From Where I Stand
From Where I Stand: In 1963, three great men with great visions made headlines. After a stirring 50 years, where are we now?
From Where I Stand: Mary was a woman not intimidated into the Incarnation, not beholden to male answers, and not in doubt about her place in the church.
From Where I Stand: Bhutan, a tiny country between China and India, has chosen a spiritual rather than economic metric of achievement, and it's refreshing.
From Where I Stand: If working to elevate the role and status of women around the world is tainted work, then we women religious are obviously guilty as charged.
From Where I Stand: So much will be written about Pope Francis, so we should instead explore the way things are with the People of God.
From Where I Stand: The church could use this opportunity to do a little demystifying to better connect with the 21st-century world.
From Where I Stand: On Valentine's Day, stand up for the women treated as things, beaten and bruised, used and exploited sexually.
From Where I Stand: It's true, yes, that being without a gun can get a person killed, but it is also true that simply having a gun does not guarantee survival.
From Where I Stand: I get a lot of questions in my mail, many of them personal, many of them professional -- meaning ones that are usually requests for comments or articles.