St. Paul’s School marshaled its considerable resources to defend its reputation after a star pupil was accused of raping a 15-year-old girl on campus, and prominent parents chipped in $100,000 toward Owen Labrie’s criminal defense, according to new filings in the victim’s lawsuit against the school. – Boston Globe
Day: August 26, 2016
Church shopping season will soon be upon us. How many people changes churches and why? And what are people looking for when they do look for a new spiritual home?
This week’s review is ‘Hell or High Water,’ a 21st century Bonnie and Clyde that explores how we find purpose amidst desperation
In the United States, our diversity is seen as a source of national pride and a worthy ambition, but new evidence suggests that religious pluralism could undermine the vitality of America’s religious communities.
God and faith can still be found on television.
Perhaps the sacraments have a force and urgency of their own, longing to connect with people. Can we pause to feel that sacramental desire?