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Konstanz, Germany: IFOR 100th Anniversary Conference and 25th Quadrennial Council
The Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice Appoints Executive Director
Bethlehem, Jan. 13, 2014: So many things look familiar when I return to Palestine and Israel.
As people of faith and spirituality we remain deeply distressed about the effects of climate change ravaging our planet and worsening the plight of the poor.
The issue of global warming, climate change, extreme weather (however one would characterize the phenomenon – and this was a topic of discussion throughout the day) was explored through the Interfaith Clima
Events of the past week present us with the strange construct of open, democratic, largely civil debate about monumentally consequential global issues between heads of state in the chambers of the often maligned United Nations at the same time as we endure puerile, bombastic, dysfunctional wrangling among elected officials in the halls, and on the floors, of Congress in the United States of Ame
As an additional reflection on the 50th anniversary of Rev. Dr.
It’s been a long time getting here and it really hasn’t been easy, though for some it has been easier than others.
On October 29th 2012, as we watched exploding transformers across the Hudson River from the Nyack Headquarters of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, I received a text message from Los Angeles saying my daughter was on the way to the hospital, three weeks ahead of schedule, to deliver our first grandchild. His name is Jack Bell Ricciardella. I call him Sandy Jack.
If Memorial Day is the bridge between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, as metaphorically and calendarically it is, then Eve Ensler’s In The Body of the World: A Memoir is the text the day.