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Category Archives: Peace
If there is one community that can promote peace in a small and powerful way, it is the family, especially when sitting around the dinner table. A family can offer the love, support, and understanding that makes asking questions and talking … Continue reading
As mass shootings and other school killings continued to make headlines in 2013, this fall students at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City bravely took on a play about the 1999 Columbine High School shooting — Columbinus. Although the … Continue reading
What kind of gun control makes sense? The national conversation tends to be polarized between staunch pro-gun or anti-gun positions. To break up polarized thinking and open dialogue, sometimes it helps to begin by asking people to tell their personal … Continue reading
Do Evangelicals and Catholics have similar or different conceptions of God? What beliefs do they share? Is there a basis for solidarity between them? A small group including theologians, church administrators, and lay persons has been meeting in dialogue over … Continue reading