The manhunt and capture of alleged 19-year-old Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev brought out my motherly instincts in a surprising way.
Tiziana Dearing is a nonprofit CEO. She also writes and lectures about poverty, policy and social justice and is an associate professor of practice in social innovation and leadership.
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Catholics and non-Catholics alike have suffered a great deal in the last few decades because clergy did not listen thoughtfully, and humbly, to the flock.
What was once purchased dearly can eventually become ordinary — or even threatened — unless we do something to mark the price once paid.
Ever since his appointment in April 2005, Benedict XVI has been a divisive figure. But recent actions — including his decision to abdicate — give some Catholics hope for the future.
Watching our outgoing secretary of state as she wraps up her term, there is much to consider: her place in the history books, whether she’ll run in 2016, and why on earth did she choose those frames?