A Post-Disaster Reflection on Easter: “This is my body, broken for you”

Kent Annan Haiti Earthquake Easter

APRIL 20, 2014 | BY: KENT ANNAN — This Easter Sunday, we remember one of Kent’s reflections from the months right…

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Poverty Is a Moral Problem: Why Bill Gates & Rick Warren Don’t Have All the Answers

Poverty Is A Moral Problem

APRIL 10, 2014 | BY: KENT ANNAN — I think we need rebalancing. A large share of the effort has been going to direct technical…

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Amongst Sex Tourists, Slum-Dwellers, and New Friars: My Trip to Bangkok

Bangkok New Friars

SEPT 26, 2013 | BY: KENT ANNAN — Standing in line in Bangkok’s gleaming airport, I pass a smarmy man in his 60s who looks like a star…

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3rd Anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake…Remembering with Hope

Haiti Partners

BY: KENT ANNAN — Three years after the Haiti earthquake, our hearts break still, For those whose wounds of loss won’t heal…

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Bullshit National Grieving

Bullshit National Grieving

A resounding gong, a clanging cymbal, bullshit: that is what this all-too-familiar national liturgy of grief is when it’s acted …

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5 God Excuses to Avoid After a Natural Disaster

Tracking Hurricane Sandy

BY: KENT ANNAN — In a natural disaster aftermath, whether caused by hurricane or earthquake or…

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What Can We Say? Theology for Murder and for Living

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BY: KENT ANNAN –”Fred,” I ask in Creole last Friday in Port-au-Prince, “do you mind giving us…

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