Opinion: A clear mark of Christian solidarity is the practice of hearing the cry of the poor and making their cries for dignity, love, justice and freedom our own.
Viewpoint: I've seen fear in the faces of Ferguson residents, black and white, who don't want their city to explode. They want to feel safe. But they want more.
Opinion: Our societal focus on making money ahead of serving God's people has unloaded a wrecking ball to the state of our planet and global economy.
Opinion: This summer, the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, offers a fresh opportunity to reflect upon the sacrifices made to achieve freedom.
If in the future, most American Christians support same-sex relationships, it will be due to the emergence of a certain type of conservative Christian.
Opinion: How does any war get the name "good"? And how does such a name stick for 70 years?
Opinion: The church is not a business, but it does have a responsibility to use the scarce resources available to it as effectively as possible.
Opinion: The minimum wage should be a living wage, providing low-wage workers with what they need to rise out of poverty and care for their families. That is justice.
With a pope who is trying "to light a fire in the heart of the world," the bishop of Innsbruck, Austria, seems to be throwing cold water on the entire project.
Opinion: Survivors who meet with Pope Francis should be supported. It is an act of great courage and no victim should be forced or guilted out of it.