As the Supreme Court hears arguments in cases on marriage equality, many fear a decades-long backlash reminiscent of that after Roe v. Wade. It is important, however, to remember the real story behind the formation of the religious conservative movement.
Even the created reality of a television show can benefit from a diverse worldview.
A leadership devoid of women seriously undermines the Catholic Church’s mission and future.
Faith-based efforts to provide reproductive health services and family planning have dramatically improved the lives of mothers and their children worldwide.
Opposing gay and transgender equality under the guise of religious freedom has deep roots stretching back more than 50 years.
We need to raise the minimum wage in order to change the shameful American reality of people working full time but still not earning enough to lift them and their families out of poverty.
U.S. history provides both shining examples and stark warnings as we debate over whether to grant citizenship to this country’s 11 million undocumented immigrants.
Don’t be fooled by opponents’ claims of religious-liberty infringement—the new contraceptive-coverage provision announced last week does no such thing. It does, however, enhance women’s health.
Examining the moral and cultural tendencies of faith leaders in the past can teach us lessons about diversity and changing demographics that are still relevant today.
Richard Blanco’s poem at the Inauguration ceremony was a perfect companion to the president’s speech on equality and unity.
Contrary to popular belief, religious leaders have long been among the staunchest supporters of women seeking an abortion.
For many in the faith community, the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School is the final straw.
Instead of spending billions of dollars on trimming our bellies, let’s shed our nation of homelessness.
The senseless shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, has forced all of us to confront unspeakable tragedy and unanswerable questions.
Occupy Wall Street offshoot turns to ancient religious teachings to take on America’s mounting consumer debt.