Practical Christianity

Practical Christianity Thursday, January 24, 2019 When the Christian tradition chose an imperial Christ, living inside the world of static and mythic proclamations, it framed belief and understanding in a…

“We want to ignore man-made boundaries and see the God-made boundaries that unite us, like a watershed,” said Jodi Rose, executive director of Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake. “We have a responsibility to take care of these shared resources.”

An interfaith group finds willing partners to restore a shared watershed Jan 1, 2019, by Yonat Shimron, Religion News Service  On a chilly fall day several weeks ago, volunteers from five Maryland…

Sinking ships, institutions and governments are not difficult to identify. You can watch their long, slow, laborious decline as the stern begins to slip away and the bow, the head of the ship, becomes useless. You can see that it is no longer making any kind of real progress into the wind.

By Sr. Joan Chittester, Jan 2019 in NCRonline.com Sinking ships are not difficult to identify. You can watch their long, slow, laborious decline as the stern begins to slip away…