Young Voices: One of the problems with forgiveness is that all too often, we view it as an act in an instant rather than a way over time.
Young Voices: Educating for a more just world begins in our own community of faith. It's easy to cry out for equality outside of church, but that needs to stop.
Young Voices: May we seize moments in the new year, meditating on the goodness in our lives in gratitude and in hope.
Although we may differ in styles and often in our theologies, all Christian traditions have insights to share, which extend from those differences.
Young Voices: Christ incarnates all around us. Christ is present in women and men alike, within all people who contribute to this messy, challenging human struggle toward wholeness.
Young Voices: I sometimes wonder if Mary had a choice. "Let it be done to me according to your will" doesn't exactly sound like a full "yes" to me.
Young Voices: The most joyful room I was in this year was a church packed with mourners at a funeral. It was also saddest room I was in this year.
Young Voices: Over the past 30 years, I have conducted my own informal investigation of women religious in the United States. My results include four key findings.
Young Voices: How do we hold our crosses with dignity while acknowledging them for the burdens they are? How do we remain truthful when times are dark?
Young Voices: I was moved to witness God's inspiration and work in the lives of even younger voices at the annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.