Monday, Jul 25, 2016

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Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks as U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown listens at the campus of the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 18, 2016. REUTERS/William Philpott - RTSILR1

Can Hillary Clinton finally close the ‘God gap’?

07/24/16By David Gibson (RNS) As Democrats gather for the convention in Philadelphia that will formally nominate Hillary Clinton, the party faces an extraordinarily fortuitous set of circumstances: her general election opponent, Republican nominee Donald Trump, finds himself leading a fractious party with too little cash on hand and sky-high negative ratings among key blocs of the electorate. Women, Latinos and ...

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POEM: Wu-Wei

07/23/16By Christi Ortiz   Ancient wisdom reminds us it is not in the doing, the best things in life you cannot force, like love, joy, peace, generosity, forgiveness, and lasting change. This is hard for our driven minds to understand we’re used to bulldozing our way through life to get what we want, our egocentric work ethic tells us: good ...

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Making America Wait Again

The rise of outsiders who threaten the Democrat and Republican status quo is a monumental advancement for those of us who think both parties are too hard left and too hard right and have been multiplying a mess of mediocre moderates.

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We’re Going To Be Alright

That’s when I realized that despite all madness that has been happening, black Catholics, black Americans will be alright. We are going to be alright. We always are.

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