More on Physical Health

Tweet your way out of purgatory (but there’s work involved)

Following Pope Francis’ Twitter feed may be good for your soul — both in this life and the next. The … Continued

Cizik: It is time to act

The comment earlier this summer by Senate candidate Todd Aiken (R-Mo.) about “legitimate rape” was not just astonishing to pro-life … Continued

Can divine light outshine the darkness of self-loathing?

AP Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band perform during the Wrecking Ball tour at the Wells Fargo Center on … Continued

Evangelical group proposes code of ethics for pastors

WASHINGTON — The National Association of Evangelicals is urging pastors to seek a common moral ground by uniting under a … Continued

Can the Catholic Church embrace the pill?

The Catholic bishops are in the process of lifting the ban on the birth control pill. The problem is they … Continued

Faith, feminism, and fundamentalism

Religious denominations in America have a vast diversity of views on abortion, ranging from the very narrow to the very … Continued

Church called to love and serve, not judge and cut

By Debra W. Haffnerminister, executive director, Religious Institute The decision by Catholic Charities in Washington, D.C. to close its adoption … Continued

Oral Roberts at a bar mitzvah

By Eboo Patel and Becca Hartman We were talking to Rita Moskowitz Tuesday morning when she said, “After I get … Continued

Whose Responsibility is My Health?

Health-care reform is an economic, political and medical issue. But On Faith panelist and evangelical leader Jim Wallis says it’s … Continued

Looking for a Higher Authority on Health Care

When the topic of health-care reform is so focused on economics and politics, I often think of a woman in … Continued