Category Interviews

The untold story of African AIDS relief

The (award-winning) untold story of African AIDS relief Pleased to share a freelance piece I wrote with Eveline Chikwanah, a Zimbabwean journalist, about the intersection of religion and AIDS relief in Africa. We found out yesterday that we were awarded honorable mention in a joint reporting contest through the International Center for Journalists. Yippee! Advertisements

Latin American Catholics and the Conclave

This article was originally published in Spanish through Vida Nueva. Hablas espanol? Read it here The changing face of world Catholicism means that much is at stake for Catholics of the Global South as the Church prepares for its next spiritual leader. Latin American Catholics, who represent the Church’s majority population, are calling out for a […]

“We can’t be comfortable”

Sitting in her office at New Haven’s First Presbyterian Church, Maria LaSala seems much like the many other Presbyterian ministers I’ve met in my life. She has pictures scattered about from various important moments in her career, a large collection of books filling the shelves that line one wall and is quick to tell stories […]