More on Memorial Day

Memorial Day: Thoughts and Prayers For Those Who Served — and Those Who Are Still Fighting

While you are enjoying your day off and your fried chicken and potato salad, just remember those who fought and those who died.

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

One Hindu-American immigrant says Namaste to all those who have served, are serving and will serve.