To: National Catholic Reporter December 19, 2021 Re: Marquette’s Diocese’s LGBTQ Restrictions Blasted as Cruel, Dec. 14, 2021 My ministry in the catholic church has been shaped by the inclusive […]
Words That Matter We are starved for fresh language to approach each other. We need what Elizabeth Alexander calls “words that shimmer” — words with power that convey real truth, […]
In her book, Circle of Stones, Woman’s Journey to Herself, Judith Duerk asks women: How might your life have been different if there had been a place for you? […]
Within the human person is a longing for creativity, wholeness, and generativity. This “force” is affected by the environment and the people around us. We are shaped by those who […]
I would like to be the kind of person who is striving to do what they say they are doing. But I am restless, unsettled, divided. The day begins and […]
What if all the loss, the pain and suffering, was necessary in order to live the fullness of life?
One dark night, Francis gazed at the star-studded sky. In their radiance, he glimpsed the mark of the Creator—il vestigio di Dio. He was transformed. Drawn into an eternal […]
Call to Action is a national movement that seeks to change official Catholic positions on issues such as gay rights and celibacy in the priesthood. I have been a supporting […]