Column: I dissent on some of her record, but our two meetings made an impression.
Column: My heroes are the women and men whose stories include loss, struggle, even tragedy, as well as great accomplishment or success. Their stories are real.
Most of my ministry has been in service to youth and young adults, so it is from them that I have learned about God's working in subtle and not-so-subtle ways.
Column: With the recent passing of Jesse Mann at age 94 in Washington, D.C., higher education lost a world-class professor of philosophy.
Column: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has lost the primary; he needs to turn his attention to keeping income inequality in the spotlight of 2016 elections.
Column: The Eucharist is not just for people who have faith all figured out.
Column: Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan never set out to radicalize his life by resisting state violence and being jailed for it.
Column: Can the presidential election polling be trusted? Is it useful at this stage of the race?
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.
Column: A former student now serves as a seasoned staff attorney in Washington for the Children's Advocacy Institute.