Yoga is not a threat to my faith. It's been an asset to it -- and it can be for many Catholics and other Christians.
Young Voices: There is a discrepancy between my job and my feelings about modern society and technology -- namely, occasional exhaustion from the noise and chaos of constant connection.
Jeff Kiehl explores the worlds of science, Jungian psychology and Buddhist philosophy in his book Facing Climate Change: An Integral Path to the Future.
During that period of church history when believers found the interim between Jesus' advents stretching into months, then years, then decades, they knew they had to deal with the facts. The apostolic eyewitnesses to Jesus were already dead, or soon would be. The movement was growing beyond Judah and Samaria unto the "ends of the earth." Heresies and false teachers threatened the unity of the community and the integrity of the deposit of the faith.
Eco Catholic: The Rev. Leah Schade’s book Creation-Crisis Preaching: Ecology, Theology and the Pulpit is full of new ideas about the environmental movement.
While Germany's politicians are debating whether Islam is compatible with democracy, five of its state universities are developing pioneering new Islamic theology faculties to try to ensure that it is.
My Table Is Spread: I have been wondering what ancient practices of the church might be a fresh way of bridging the divides between us.
Federal investigators consider a blaze that destroyed a church near the Canadian border arson. Located 27 miles from the Canadian border, St. Ann is the northernmost Catholic church in Idaho.
There are now 500 weekly Christian meditation groups in the U.S. and Canada. Recent developments in the U.S. include an introduction to meditation seminar for Google employees in California.
Delineating what precisely is, and is not, a relic presents both linguistic and theological challenges. Consider the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 19th-century “Power Figure” created by the Kongo people.