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.
Young Voices: To prepare for the election, here are some questions I'd like to wrestle with over the next two weeks, before Nov. 8.