The Drop Box is a stirring reminder of the precious worth of every human life. South Korean pastor Lee Jong-rak and his beautiful family remind us that each of us, acting with intentional kindness, can make a difference in this world so greatly in need of love and compassion.
Jezebel or Mary? Each generation of women faces the perennial question of which way we will go. It is an ever-present temptation to take matters into our own hands, and to reject the demands of love that press in from every side—especially the ones that engage our hearts and bodies in a posture of expansive, self-giving love.
Lisa Hendey shares an author interview with Regina Doman to celebrate the tenth anniversary of “Angel in the Waters”.
Patti Maguire Armstrong shares the story of one mother who has devoted her life to working against the death penalty.
Chad Justice had a good thing going: a beautiful wife and a teaching job that he loved at a Catholic school seemed to complete his life. The idea of fatherhood seemed too much. So when his wife became pregnant with their first son, it scared him. She was thrilled; he was not. Why mess with a good thing?
Constance Hull reports on the fact that threats to religious liberty are a worldwide issue, including here at home in the United States.
In recognition of World Down Syndrome Day, Leticia Velasquez offers ways to acknowledge, advocate for and learn about babies with Down Syndrome.