What does a homeless man choosing the colour of his donated gloves and a child choosing which snack to eat have in common? The dignity of choice.
Sometimes giving others dignity is not just about offering money or healing, but about making eye contact with them and becoming friends.
Alexander imagines that in Jesus’ busyness around the holidays he would manage to slow down and spend time with someone in need.
Pope Francis essentially calls for one thing: Human dignity. Why are some so opposed to Francis’ message?
There are countless ways we can make room for Jesus. It begins with the simple dignity of all people and creatures.
An online cartoon and Rent both speak about the universal fear of losing one’s dignity. It comes with aging, sickness, and stigma. Who will care for me? Who will love me?