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Sanctuary, for the Word and for the People

You’ve surely heard of sanctuary congregations, restaurants, universities and cities.  You probably have listened to their political opponents snark and snarl when they say the word “sanctuary”.  But it is a religious word that they are politicizing.  I write to … Continue reading

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Defending the Common Good

August/September 2017 10 “Swamps” Where Christians Must Take Action (Defending the Common Good, Part 1) Chris Iosso How does the mission of the Church line up with the defense of the common good? In this opening editorial, Chris introduces both … Continue reading

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A Faithful Democratic Response to Immigration Reform

Aaron Stauffer is a student at Union Theological Seminary, New York, coordinator of the Student Christian Movement – New York City, and Associate Director, Religions for Peace. The intersection of citizenship and immigration is finally coming to the fore of … Continue reading

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