NCR Today: Religious leaders in three cities across the world are developing spaces where Judaism, Christianity and Islam can come together for worship.
Grace on the Margins: There is a demonization, sometimes subtle, sometimes not, of women who want the same power afforded to men in the institutional church.
The largest Lutheran denomination in the U.S. has approved a declaration recognizing "there are no longer church-dividing issues" on many points with the Roman Catholic church.
Simply Spirit: If the diaconate and priesthood are not irrevocably linked, there is strong precedent for ordaining women deacons.
Just Catholic: Pope Francis named just one woman from the Western Hemisphere to his commission on women deacons -- me.
Mary Magdalene has been "interpreted and misinterpreted, just as Jesus has been interpreted and misinterpreted," according to Michael Haag, historian and author of The Quest for Mary Magdalene.
Eco Catholic: Enacting the ecological transformation Pope Francis calls for will require new liturgical materials, but work can begin with a new approach to reading Scripture.
Some still disagree about the meaning behind Pope Francis' exhortation on marriage and family, three months after it was published.
THE SACRED FOODWAYS OF FILM: THEOLOGICAL SERVINGS IN 11 FOOD FILMS
By Antonio D. Sison
Published by Pickwick Publications, 132 pages, $18
A small c catholic: Christians don't talk about Satan as much as previous generations, but official Catholic and Presbyterian documents still make reference to the devil.