Vol. 82, No. 6
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by Jeff Parrott
Grocery stores aren’t the only way to solve the problem of food deserts. The best solutions often come from within the community.
by Wyatt Massey
A nonprofit organization helps churches put down roots, both in the soil and in community.
by Jean Kelly
Sufferers of celiac disease often cannot receive the Eucharist and struggle to experience communion.
by Meghan Murphy-Gill
A placemat and some silverware are powerful signs of a warm welcome.
by David Philippart
Sharing the cup offers a deeper and more meaningful experience of communion, argues a liturgist.
an interview with Father Greg Boyle, S.J.
This Jesuit priest transformed an abandoned bakery into a place where rival gang members break bread together.
by Jessica Mesman Griffith
Angela Macke answered a call from God to grow, harvest, and blend tea.
The Examined Life: Bread for the world
By Father Bryan Massingale
Let us break bread together and end the scandal of hunger.
Margin Notes: Watch what you eat
By Kevin Clarke
A humanitarian crisis lurks in our modern food delivery system.
Culture in Context: Who runs the world?
By Pamela Hill Nettleton
In CBS drama Madam Secretary, patriarchy matters a little less.
Testaments: Famines, fasts, and feasts
By Alice Camille
A close look at scripture shows the importance of food throughout human history.
Glad You Asked: Where do hosts come from?
At Home with our Faith: Summer service
By Annemarie Scobey
Family vacations are a good time to volunteer together.