Rev. Richard McBrien, prolific theologian and essayist, dies at 78Selma film
Fifty years after Rev. Martin Luther King led a historic 1965 civil rights march in Alabama, America’s racial divides have been headline news in recent months, writes Gerald Schmitz. Selma is an ambitious film that highlights that march and the lead actor effectively portrays King’s human side.God's vision
No religion is absolute, writes Ron Rolheiser, OMI. 'Only God is absolute. Knowing that should make us less smug in the practice of our own religion, more respectful of other denominations and religions, and more willing to let God’s vision trump our own.'Christian unity
In the 50 years since the Second Vatican Council’s Decree on Ecumenism, Unitatis Redintegratio, observers see hopeful signs for ecumenism and interfaith dialogue under Pope Francis.