Cathy Lynn Grossman Jul 29, 2014
Most Americans say the waves of children crossing into the United States from Central America are refugees fleeing danger at home.
Vincent Lachina Jul 29, 2014
Amid the war, the strife, the hate,
Beyond the death and suffering,
Tracy Simmons Jul 29, 2014
They’re quietly transforming the lives of the world’s poor, working with incarcerated women and their children in New York, serving the Dalit caste living in the slums of India and trying to educate Bangkok’s neediest children.
Thomas Schmidt Jul 29, 2014
The major difficulty I have with writing about wisdom is that few people are very familiar with the concept.
Tracy Simmons Jul 28, 2014
Gonzaga University will mark the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola, in honor of the founder of the Society of Jesus, with a noon Mass on, July 31 in the University Chapel located in College Hall.
Mark Azzara Jul 28, 2014
The film “The Giver,” due out this summer, is part of a genre — “The Hunger Games” series, “Divergent” and “Elysium” are others of recent vintage — that depicts a world where some people in authority make decisions that everyone else obeys, or else.
BREAKING: Rabbi David Saperstein tapped as first non-Christian to serve as U.S. ambassador for religious freedom
Lauren Markoe Jul 28, 2014
President Obama on Monday (July 28) said he plans to tap Rabbi David Saperstein as the next ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, the first non-Christian to hold the job, which was created in 1998.