In This Issue
Table of Contents
The nation’s social welfare policy is changing dramatically, and the religious community will play a vital role in the transition to something new.
The hardest mothering of all is to give your children their own existence.
Ecumenism will happen not so much as a result of doctrinal discussions, but through real-life activities on behalf of a suffering world.
The loaves and fishes in the Bible story of the "feeding of the five thousand" (a major sandwich-making operation) should spring to mind whenever hungry people congregate.