Young Voices: I am empowered to let the death of the past overcome me so that the newness of resurrection can jar me out of the resentment, pain and suffering of what could have been.
Young Voices: Sr. Julia Walsh, a young Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration, is a Horizons columnist for Global Sisters Report. Amid doubts about her vocation, one day, she received God's grace.
Young Voices: The struggle for women's right to vote in civil politics is over, but the struggle for a woman's voice in church polity is still alive.
Young Voices: The word "martyr" means witness, and the Syrian witnesses blow me away.
Young Voices: I am following the points of deep desolation and of true consolation as I line up how I have paid attention to how the spirit has shown up in my life.
Young Voices: If, after the election, despair is a real force we must oppose, then hope is one we must actively pursue by standing with the oppressed.
Young Voices: Church workers may be inadvertently investing against their best interest. There are three things they should know before they invest with the Knights of Columbus.
Young Voices: Notre Dame University took a decisive stand on protecting students who are undocumented immigrants, and Philadelphia's faith communities have developed a model sanctuary program.
Young Voices: I look to Jesus' example as a brutal campaign for power ends and initiates a new moment of anxiety and hope in the Divided States of America.
Young Voices: Experiencing humility because of our own hypocrisy is usually a good thing, but I think it is especially important at the end of this particular presidential campaign.