The (London) Guardian: Cardinal Pell's recent child sexual abuse conviction has been the catalyst for criticisms of women's lack of authority in the Catholic church.
The Conversation: Recent media reports point to years of sexual abuse by Southern Baptist pastors. Susan M. Shaw describes why a long culture of women's submission is responsible for this crisis.
Harvard Business Review: It's clear that the factors preventing women of color from advancing at work are quite different from those holding white women and even men of color back.
Baptist News Global: Offering radical hospitality was a challenge for the church from the beginning, says Bill Leonard.
America Magazine: Let us accept to leave the center stage for a while, suspend our narratives, accept the discomfort of this displacement. Only then we might finally be able to hear Jesus through all those we have silenced so far.