REFLECTION: A Memorial Day reflection from America’s late peace-priest

by Tony Magliano The best way to remember those who have been killed in battle is to work for the day when others will no longer be sent to take their place. Prayerfully reflecting on how to move away from war and war preparation should be central to every Memorial Day. Why do presidents and … Continue reading REFLECTION: A Memorial Day reflection from America’s late peace-priest

REFLECTION: Pentecost and Berrigan, a double portion of God’s Spirit

by Christine Schenk, NCR Pentecost is far and away my favorite feast in the liturgical year. My first real sense of God's Spirit came as a young child. On summer mornings, before anyone else awakened, I would steal outside to gaze in fascination as freshening breezes blew through the tall oak, elm and catalpa trees … Continue reading REFLECTION: Pentecost and Berrigan, a double portion of God’s Spirit