During these extraordinary times, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with anxiety and fear. Will I be safe? Will my family be safe? How will I pay for food, rent, mortgage? When will it end?
In his ground-breaking book, Man’s Search for Meaning, holocaust survivor … Read More
The fire that devastated one of the great religious, cultural and architectural treasures of the world – the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris – not only shocked French citizens but the world.
If the walls inside this cavernous basilica could talk, they would tell a story … Read More
Whomever he is, I hope he’s got a lot of juice with the Almighty.
When Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was voted by his colleagues to become the next Pope six years ago, replacing the retired Pope Benedict XVI, little did he know that a scandal, … Read More
Times of crisis call forth a leader among us who, through their compassion and wisdom, can help both comfort and unite.
Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers is doing just that by not only tending to the needs of his own community but offering a … Read More
In Friday’s commentary (Right Message, Wrong Moment), I sided with Serena Williams’s point about a double standard that women are held more accountable for their bad behavior than men. I was wrong.
Near the end of this year’s women’s U.S. Open final, Williams … Read More
“Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.” – the 8th commandment of God, “The Baltimore Catechism,” page 100
“A person who has sinned,” The Catechism declares, “by detraction or calumny, or who has told a secret he is bound to keep, must repair … Read More
“…if truth were everywhere to be shown, a scarlet letter would blaze forth on many a bosom…” – Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter
Maddi Runkles, an 18-year-old high school student with a 4.0 grade average, was not allowed to attend the graduation ceremony with her … Read More