Jim and Jill Kelly
Who Is My Neighbor?
Atul Gawande on Being Mortal
Forensics help loved ones find the remains of missing desert border crossers; what Jesus looked like; reflection and repentance permeate the Jewish High Holidays. More
Finding out for the families of the missing what happened to border crossers who disappeared is “the sacred baseline” for her work, says anthropologist Robin Reineke, cofounder of the Missing Migrant Project at the Colibri Center for Human Rights in Tucson, Arizona. “Care of the dead is such a key part of the Catholic faith.” More
“Jesus matters so much because of the incarnation,” says Edward Blum, a history professor at San Diego State University and co-author of “The Color of Christ.” “If God takes a particular body with particular hair length and particular eye color, then perhaps that says something about the value of that body.” More
Haris Tarin of the Muslim Public Affairs Council on confronting ISIS and their radical ideology; the lessons from Boston’s experience dealing with violence and ministering to its communities; a Stonehenge-era archaeological discovery in the U.S. and the spiritual meaning it … More
Chris “Comes with Clouds” White, of Cherokee descent, discovered a pre-historic stone circle near his home that carries a significant spiritual meaning for him. “We’re born, we have a youth, we get old, we die, but we believe that there’s something beyond that where our ancestors are, so that’s a circle.” More