Simply Spirit: Robert McClory has left us for a better place, and we are the poorer for it.
It was the first time Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary publicly took responsibility for the abuse and neglect, which happened in the '70s and '80s.
Book reviews: Those with an interest in our nation's most controversial presidency, the stream of White House tapes, new documents and histories continues unabated.
PeaceWorks Kansas City objected to the factory Chris Gentile runs, which assembles non-nuclear components of nuclear weapons.
When asked to describe the mystery of Easter, author Carl Knudsen responded with the following story. Years ago, an old municipal lamplighter, engaged in putting out the street lamps one by one, was met by a reporter who asked him if he ever grew weary of his work. After all, it was a lonely job and the night was cold and damp.
"Never am I cheerless," said the old man, "for there is always a light ahead of me to lead me on."
Lifelong Chicago journalist, who wrote for NCR more than 35 years, remembered for humor, discipline and diligence.
Among the last of the journalists to have reported the Second Vatican Council, Kaiser sought church reform to the end.
When I took the job as director of a program to assist released prisoners reentering society, a friend sent a message promising to pray for me to St. Barabbas.
Book review: The Good Samaritan reflects author Jeff Dietrich's untiring service of feeding and aiding the poor.
Brazilian Archbishop Dom Hélder Câmara was a Latin American bishop known for radically calling on the church to stand with the poor.