On Religion
Will the Coronavirus Be the End of the Communion Cup?
Technically, Catholic churches do not need to offer their congregants consecrated wine, but the practice of sharing it is considered a “more perfect form of participation.”
By Elizabeth BarberMay 24, 2020
The Plight of a Hospital Chaplain During the Coronavirus Pandemic
How do you comfort the suffering when you’re not allowed in the room?
By Elizabeth BarberApril 14, 2020
The Loneliest Holy Week Ever
Christians explore how to follow Jesus’ example while stuck in their homes.
By Eliza GriswoldApril 11, 2020
An Imam Leads His Congregation Through the Pandemic
In most states, religious institutions are exempt from shutdowns, and leaders have struggled with whether to close their doors.
By Eliza GriswoldApril 8, 2020
The Gospel in a Time of Social Distancing
Turning outward to one another as the coronavirus locks us down.
By Casey CepMarch 29, 2020
Giving Up Carbon for Lent
Some Christians have made the commitment to limit their consumption in service of the Earth, rather than themselves.
By Eliza GriswoldMarch 23, 2020
A Nun’s Journey in the Amazon
How do you make a difference in a struggle that may never end?
By Elizabeth BarberFebruary 17, 2020
Richard Rohr Reorders the Universe
The seventy-six-year-old Franciscan friar believes that Christianity isn’t the only path to salvation.
By Eliza GriswoldFebruary 2, 2020
What It Would Take for Evangelicals to Turn on President Trump
Christians concerned about Trumpism may need to turn their focus inward to counter the corrosive influence of Fox News and other forces permeating evangelical culture.
By Michael LuoDecember 23, 2019
Teaching Democrats to Speak Evangelical
The faith-based organization Vote Common Good aims to help Democratic candidates connect with religious voters who have become disenchanted with the excesses of the Trump Administration.
By Eliza GriswoldOctober 19, 2019
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