The global water crisis impacts us all — and faith voices can provide hope.
A pattern of charity belief and behavior fuels the self-segregation of our society by race and class.
What is social justice, really — and why should it matter to our faith?
A new study finds that one in seven Americans relies on food programs to feed themselves and their families.
If being rich was a sign of God’s blessing, was going broke a sign of God’s curse?
What is the human cost of our tendency to throw away?
Reporter David Gibson offers initial ideas on how President Obama’s meeting with Pope Francis could play out.
Our faith traditions require a commitment not only to private charity, but to SNAP and other government solutions as well.