Shanna Anderson believes there is room for religion AND equal rights.
The Divine Child rejects the cold, stiff version of masculinity that leaves no room for play, emotion, or innocence.
Don Quixote’s sidekick comes into his own in this unpredictable poem from Justin Hamm.
“These things can be explained: the weeping icons, the bleeding statues, the healing of disease, the aberrations of sun and sky and light, the apparitions of Jesus and Mary and Springsteen.” By Andrew Roe
Dakota Garilli writes of boys, their mothers, and “how we learn /of love.”
Steven Lake faces the challenges his wife brings up through her spiritual practice. Resistance is futile!
Teaching our children to be humble by role modeling selfless service.
Gavin Lodge struggles between his liberal humanism and the worry that his son will just see Christmas as a materialistic free for all. He has decided that he needs to bring more Christ back into the mix.
This Christmas, Adam Prince focuses on St. Joseph, a nativity scene mainstay who is, nonetheless, often overlooked.
Mike Kasdan takes a look the iconic movie bad guys we love to laugh at, from Shooter McGavin to Principal Rooney to Mr. Pink.
Kozo Hattori explains why he practices compassion above all else while raising his sons.
The statistics are in. The millennials are leaving the church, and nobody seems quite sure what to do about it.
Tree hugging hippie pacifist Edie Weinstein discovers that anger can be a positive emotion when used for good.