More on Religious Leadership

What grows in a garden?

Freshly dug carrots (John McDonnell/ The Washington Post) American spirituality is discovering itself anew as people of faith reconnect with … Continued

Got democracy? From Egypt to the U.S., religion and secularism must embrace women’s rights

Morsi opponents in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. The photograph in the back is of Egyptian Army Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi, who … Continued

French Jews face uncertain future after scandal

PARIS — Amid a finance scandal that touched the heart of France’s Socialist government, a quieter drama played out this … Continued

A rabbi prays for the new pope

While the selection of a new pope is the selection of the leader of the Catholic Church, the newly instated … Continued

The Catholic Church must change

Philippe Wojazer AP In this Friday, Sept. 12, 2008 file photo, Pope Benedict XVI waves to wellwishers as he leaves … Continued

Beyond faith in guns

Scott Olson GETTY IMAGES Students learn how to grip a pistol during an NRA Basic Pistol Course at Freddie Bear … Continued

Mary Magdalene to Rush Limbaugh: Your apology is too little, too late

Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio talk show host, attempted to silence women’s voices in the public square through sexual shaming. The … Continued

Will Iran’s nuclear capability be an excuse for unjust war?

As the UN prepares to issue its report this week about Iran’s nuclear build-up there is a marked increase in … Continued

No Room for Zealots?

In 2008, during his campaign, President Obama’s affiliation with certain religious leadership was put into question. Namely, that of Jeremiah … Continued

100 years of International Women’s Day doesn’t mean women have achieved equality

On March 19, 1911, the first international celebration dedicated to women’s work and roles took place. Thus 2011 marks the … Continued