Young Voices: As lay leaders assume an increased presence in the U.S. church, our lack of guaranteed paid parental leave is a serious theological problem -- and moral failure.
Young Voices: Clerical privilege has created the equivalent of a government safety net for priests while lay ministers walk the economic tightrope, minus the net.
Young Voices: Summer vegging does not have to be mindless, soulless exercise. Here are five movies that make worthwhile contributions to the spiritual life.
Young Voices: Every family is an idiosyncratic web of characters and influence, even the ones with both a loving mother and a loving father.
Young Voices: Young people are demanding change. I hear them each day. They demand our commitment and our ability to see and recognize the truth.
Young Voices: Life can be quite painful for people with identities and cultural affiliations that are complex.
Young Voices: If we encounter Christ in those people who are marginalized and get to know them, we won't be able to throw them away.
Young Voices: An ongoing need exists for dialogue among millennial women, the church hierarchy, female mentors and the academic community.
Young Voices: Debates surrounding race have covered a number of topics, but one puzzling thread seeks to invalidate protests about racism with flawed comparisons.
Love. Love. Love. This Sunday's readings open doors to the complicating depths of love. John's Gospel offers us a formula that can be and should be applied to our lives together today: Remain in my love; this love is joyful and whole; this love generates friendships; and fruits of love will remain.
Remain in my love