Warren J Blumenfeld shares an article he wrote for The Harvard Crimson in 1986, leaving it to us to see if things have changed much since then.
Leaving church is more than walking away from something. It’s walking away from someone. That’s why we feel it so deeply, good or bad.
The must-see movie that tells the true story of the Boston Catholic Church child abuse cover-up
To be acknowledged by his boyfriend’s family, Paul Boynton needs a miracle. Or maybe a call from the Pope.
He thought everything he was taught growing up was true. — I grew up in the Southern Baptist and Missionary Baptist traditions. I was raised in a very conservative religious environment. I thought my father’s musings about organized religion—and its shortcomings—were blasphemous. At the age of 18, I was licensed to preach the Gospel. I […]
Matthew Rozsa meditates on the downfall of Cosby and the rise of the new integrity.
He’s shaken things up on issues like homelessness, crime, sexuality, and reproduction — but isn’t he really just doing what Jesus would do?
Pope Francis has emerged as one of the most important voices on the global stage about the need for a stronger moral dimension in economic policies.
Sexual abuse survivor David Pittman’s constant search for connection left him feeling more and more alone, until he finally got help.
The document covers a number of other issues, but it’s clearly meant to send a signal to the hierarchy that the pope has a new program in mind.