Category Archives: Religion and Politics

Who Better To Lead ‘Our Revolution’

Are we finally listening to the wisdom voices of the Native American peoples who have been trying to get us to listen to them for hundreds of years? The intersection of Native American spirituality, the hashtag #NoDAPL and ‘our revolution.” Continue reading

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The More Things Change…

100 years ago we were arguing about the same social and political topics as we are today. The more things change, the more they stay the same? And through it all there have been proud progressive voices to counter those who spoke of fear and absolute truths. Find out more about the person who said, “The truest ambition is so to employ life as to be of the greatest service to others.” Take that Ayn Rand. Continue reading

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February Profile: John Dear, S.J.

John Dear, S.J., international nonviolence and peace activist, reflects on his life’s work, the role of nonviolence in today’s world and his life-changing new book. We are honored to feature him as our February Progressive Profile. Continue reading

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November Profile: Jose Hobday

“Institutions move a hundred times more slowly than the people do, so I stick with the people,” Jose Hobday said. Read more about her life that centered on simple living and the joy and peace it brings. Continue reading

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Fighting for…Peace Among Religions

A Muslim Imam (who is part Fighting Irish) speaks about ‘Fighting for Peace Among Religions”. A good reminder that there are those out in the world promoting a more peaceful world through education and understanding. Continue reading

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