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Whose will it be?

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring our relationships to money. In this piece Richard Schaper offers the three questions we all should ask when seeking to align our finances with our souls.

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Being terrible

In the Magazine this month, we’re exploring forgiveness. In this piece Kelly Wilson, reflects on his own ability to be a terrible person and the struggle to accept God’s love anyway.

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to forgive, divine

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring forgiveness. In this article, Deacon Tom English reflects on its absence on the criminal justice system and how we might begin to make the decision for forgiveness in reflection of God’s mercy

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It’s what we do

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring forgiveness. In this article Kate Elledge speaks to the value and role of the religious but not spiritual.

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Faith Reels: ‘Learning to Drive’ … takes unexpected turns

By Bonnie Anderson and Dan Webster

 

This is a delightful movie starring Patricia Clarkson, Ben Kingsley and co-starring New York City.

 

Living can be challenging in New York City whether you are a successful literary critic or a new U.S. citizen/Sikh immigrant harboring an undocumented relative. If you’re a lifelong New Yorker who’s never needed to drive anywhere, taking driver training in Manhattan can be daunting. If you’re a well-educated former college professor from India granted political asylum because your life was […]

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