Young Voices: As the numbers of U.S. women religious continue to decline, the handing on of charism is emerging as a central concern.
Young Voices: Women were screened off and barred from voting in the 1840 World Anti-Slavery Convention in London; some things haven't changed.
Young Voices: We Catholics like visible signs that point to bigger realities. And for my money, there’s no better tangible sign of hope than Cubs fans at Wrigley Field.
Young Voices: Any honest examination of my life makes that clear that boredom is powerful, more so perhaps because it's impossible to avoid.
Young Voices: In a number of ways, Pope Francis reminds me of a superhero; for one, he uses his powers to serve others.
Young Voices: Given what Pope Francis says, when will we as church be willing to honor the faith of women throughout the world to lead?
Young Voices: There was something unique about knowing that if I resisted the exact demands of the officers interrogating me and searching my car, I put myself closer to danger.
Young Voices: Employees’ access to paid parental leave is emerging as an issue of critical importance in today’s church. Reader contributions highlight a workplace justice issue hiding in plain sight.
Young Voices: Catholics should pay closer attention to the paychecks of people who work at their parishes. In fact, the future of the church may depend on it.
Young Voices: This is the rhythm of our first weeks of parenthood: the transcendent, the mundane, and the gross come and go, and intermingle without a predictable pattern.