Take A Walk on 9/11

As the tenth anniversary of 9/11 approaches, many of us are wondering how best to honor the many victims of that tragedy and its aftermath. Here in Cincinnati, my wife Marty’s answer is inviting some of our friends to join us on a walk with some Muslim and Jewish families she invited by simply calling their congregations. She got the …

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9/11 Walks: Remembrance through Reconciliation

OK, so imagine you had this great idea to help people all over the world to do something really meaningful …

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Being Poor Is A Lot of Work

Until very recently, I had no idea how hard it is for some of our friends just to find somewhere …

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Denying the Immortality of the Soul

Chester has been my Monday night dinner companion for the better part of five years. He’s my friend, despite having …

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Hard-to-Learn Love

I won’t even try to describe all of the maddening details of finding a HUD apartment for a homeless, no-income …

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When Grace Backfires

In 1958 the Teddy Bears released the song “To know him is to love him,” which might as well have …

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Redemptive Poetry on a Night of Violence

It is Sunday night, and I am suddenly awake at the crack of too-close gunfire. I creep to the window …

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