We all want to be good people, and inevitably, fall short. But what would it be like if we tried to be good all the time? If we actually did as Jesus commanded and sold our possessions and gave them to the poor. This idea is explored in Nick Hornby’s humorous novel, How to Be Good. Read the rest of our review after the jump:Read More
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Italian Jesuit Paolo Dall’Oglio has spent decades promoting religious dialogue and peace in Syria despite the risk to his life. He is missing and feared dead. Read about it in The New York Times here: Disappearance of Activist Priest in Syria Stirs Fears He is DeadRead More