More on Memorial Day

Putting the meaning in ‘weening

AP Sophia Davila searches for the right pumpkin to be carved into a jack-o-lantern this Halloween at John Ackerman’s pumpkin … Continued

Eagle Scout pushes against Scouts ban on gays one member, council at a time‎

AP A member of a Boy Scout troop in Washington state carries an American flag along Main Street in Walla … Continued

Memorial Day becomes religious battleground

Streeter Lecka GETTY IMAGES Is there a way to re-think battles over how we remember the fallen? Monday, May 28th … Continued

May 21, 2011: Harold Camping says the end is near

By Elizabeth Tenety In this Dec. 17, 2010 photo in Raleigh, N.C., Allison Warden poses with her car showing a … Continued

Confronting ‘history’s longest hatred’

By Rabbi Abraham Cooper It’s been called history’s longest hatred. The last aging survivors of Auschwitz see everywhere evidence that … Continued

Big spill, big thoughts

The catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is a widening environmental, economic and political crisis. Is it also … Continued

Sinking stewardship

By Matthew Sleethexecutive director, Blessed Earth This past Sunday, many thousands of gallons of oil spewed into the bottom of … Continued

Redeeming religious laughter

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall One of South Africa’s leading papers, The Mail & Guardian, announced last Friday that … Continued

Memorial Day Reflections

As I reflect on Memorial Day today, my heart is full of gratitude for America’s diverse men and women who … Continued

An oil-driven Memorial Day

JUST LAW AND RELIGION By Michael Kessler Memorial Day 2010 will go down in history as all about oil. As … Continued