An Ecumenical Ministry in the Parish of St Patrick's Catholic Church In San Diego USA


Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Ensuring access to the polls is a sacred cause

By Adam Russell Taylor

A national coalition of faith organizations is working to protect the freedom to vote. Faiths United to Save Democracy is already geared up for this year’s elections.

What we can learn from the contemplative heart of the Civil Rights Movement

By Michelle T. Sanchez

Howard Thurman and other civil rights leaders modeled how contemplation fuels action and action fuels contemplation.

Q&A with Rajiv Shah

Incremental change isn’t enough to address the world’s problems. Instead, we must work to actually solve them, says the president of the Rockefeller Foundation.

By Amanda Martínez Beck

For people with chronic illness, ever-present pain reminds us that the point of Lent isn’t to suffer but to transform hurt.

By Gretchen E. Ziegenhals

A story about a hands-on ministry to the sick reflects the love of Jesus. But even in a novel, the realities of such care are challenging, writes a spiritual director and retreat leader.

By Tina Hay

In Pittsburgh, a Black Orthodox priest heads the Neighborhood Resilience Project, an innovative, faith-based community development program.

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