On the divided reaction to the announcement of Pope Francis I.
The “preferential option for the poor,” the once-radical idea that God identifies with the oppressed and impoverished, has been mainstreamed as Catholic theological doctrine.
An entry for the Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice.
Gibson's vulgar, anti-Semitic rant upon his arrest for drunk driving should prompt reexamination of The Passion of the Christ.
How the Center for the Working Poor began.
The departed Pope's vision of an alternative globalization should challenge narrow debate about "moral values."
With a White House that uses El Salvador as a model for Iraq, we still have much to learn from the assassination of Archbishop Romero twenty-five years ago.
The Free Trade Area of the Americas meets the Other Catholicism.
A review of Under the Banner of Heaven: A Story of Violent Faith by Jon Krakauer