By Ian Olson Indignation has been simmering for generations, building with every act of injustice and compounded by the public’s failure to grasp the scope of the problem. And now it’s boiling over across ou... Read More...
We need to disabuse ourselves of the notion that interest in politics is merely a hobby.
When Christians come together to serve the Lord in works of mercy, something very beautiful happens. Our eyes move from our all-too-present divisions to touching Christ in one of the only ways we can together: as he comes to us in the poor.
For our glorious future to come, we, God’s people, must actively seek it.
We know that we want to build Christ-filled relationships, and we know that our faith calls us to try to build just communities with those suffering from oppression. But it can be hard to figure out how to go about doing these things.
The labor and sacrifice of the slum priests gave real moral heft to the Oxford Movement and saved it from the insularity of which it has stood accused ever since.
The solemn worship of God’s people is truly pleasing to God only when it is paired with a commitment to social action.