An Issue with Embodied Resurrection
Our intuition is that our mental imagery pertaining to life after death is reflective of how it has been represented in popular culture, regardless of how it is described in Scripture and doctrine. Read more.
Reflections on Hood Feminism by Mikki Kendall
As a white Catholic feminist, reading Hood Feminism was not only a practice in humility, but also in spirituality and social justice. Read more on The Table.
Sunday Reflection in USCatholic Magazine
When things get rough, when a bad thing happens, it is human nature to assume we have bad luck on our side, that God has forsaken us, and that we are alone. But the readings this week call us to remember a few important things about our faith as Christians, Easter people who believe in the risen Christ. Watch the whole video here.