MCEWAN: These are the great vistas that I consider spiritually charged, that speak about transcendence, that imbue a sense of the sacred, that stir the receptive soul
MCEWAN: These authors examine death and dying, love and romance, the immigrant experience and cultural chasms, and the heavy burdens family members must often carry
MCEWAN: Not only does following St. Ambrose’s advice eliminate cause for offence, it opens eyes to the diversity of belief and practice that informs the lives of others
MCEWAN: Brief encounters, like taxi trips, help us make connections with those whose circumstances and experiences differ from ours, but with whom we share our humanity
MCEWAN: Participants at a poverty reduction summit discover the need for economic security, material and emotional well-being – and to belong and be cherished
MCEWAN: Time spent in the natural world nourishes our soul, makes us more receptive to goodness and beauty, helps us perceive truth, and opens us to the presence of God
MCEWAN: What do bunnies and eggs have to do with the religious celebration of Easter, the most important feast day of the Christian calendar?
MCEWAN: While there are significant challenges, married priests would be a boon to a church suffering from a lack of manpower