By Daniel A. Westberg • Health is a self-evident good, with clear benefits for both the individual and the whole of society.
New Westminster nominees include two U.S. natives, a British-Canadian serving in Massachusetts, and a priest from New Zealand.
By S.L. Woodford • “I can’t believe I lost my mother this morning,” I type.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • “An old church has the feeling of a place where God has met his people for a long time.”
By Randall Balmer • Fr. Stanley White detected in Matthew Fox the same blend of mysticism and Pentecostal fervor that he sought to emulate.
WCC presidents promote ecumenism and interpret the work of the ecumenical council.
Review by Benjamin M. Guyer • What happens when we strip reproduction of its majesty and mystery?
By Daniel A. Westberg • In five eras of the last century a national health program for Americans was proposed with genuine hope for reform.
Bishop Epting: “It’s surely right for us to focus on ‘mission’ rather than maintenance.”
“I'm so grateful to the Holy Father and to the Church for honoring my work in this way.”