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


Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Why I knit in church

By Edie Gross

In Maryland, families have gathered for almost three decades to create a faith community where they can fully explore their religious identities without sacrificing their heritage.

By Aleta Payne

Remembering the racist attacks on civil rights marchers crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge pushes us to think about what compromise looks like.

By James Wesley Dennis III

All Christian leaders are vulnerable to the discontent and disillusionment that plagued Judas. There are ways to check that, especially during Lent, writes the associate program director for Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.

By Christine Hribar

Engaging with natural materials and making things with our own hands can help us be more fully incarnate, writes a pastor and knitter.

Q&A with Mary Alice Birdwhistell and Tyler D. Mayfield

In their new Lenten study, a pastor and a theologian in Louisville invite a practice of activism, one step at a time.

By Todd Maberry

Studies show that while mentoring can make a difference, especially for women and people of color, mentoring alone is not enough. A white male administrator shares his ideas about ways leaders can leverage their roles to support and advocate for women and people from marginalized groups.

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