The Guardian: Produced by Stephen Curry and Viola Davis, the film allows the family members of those killed in the 2015 shooting to speak about love, loss and faith.
Mockingbird: A pastor who lives with depression says that those who view depression as a spiritual problem and those view it as a physical problem share a commitment to silence. "What we are left with is a church that never speaks of mental illness. The problem is that mental illness affects everyone in our churches, including our pastors," he writes.
Longreads: A band of British barbers are trying to save men's lives, one haircut at a time*
National Catholic Reporter: The case has played out in an atmosphere both of distrust of the church hierarchy and, conversely, the response of bishops sensitive about criticism of failure to act against ethical lapses by clergy in the past.
Quartz: Modern society has been unsuccessful in scaling new religions beyond the cults of personality or the niches of Scientology. But as the digital and virtual worlds evolve, this is set to change. The 21st century is setting the stage for a new type of widespread faith: technology-based religions.
Working Knowledge: Better ideas emerge when extroverts and people open to new experiences put their heads together, according to new research. But what about introverts?