The New Yorker: King's Holt Street Church address, from December 5, 1955, was an exercise in ethical reasoning. With it, he must have realized that he had found his calling.
Religion News Service: The A.C.T. to End Racism Rally, seeking to "awaken, confront and transform" society about racism, drew thousands of people on Wednesday.
Quartz: King was not simply a compelling speaker, but a deeply philosophical intellectual.
Commonweal: The key to Catholic schools' basketball success is teamwork, rooted in some important, Scripture-based principles of Catholic social teaching: community, the common good, and solidarity.
Religion News Service: The world of religion offers clues to the causes and consequences of baseball's present troubles. It also suggests what it will take to revive the great American pastime.