Other Writings

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“Androgyny or Antigone: Jean Bethke Elshtain’s Feminism,” Capital Commentary (Washington, DC: Center for Public Justice, October 25, 2013).

Center for Public Conversation“‘There but for the Grace’: The Ethics of Bystanders to Divorce” (New York: Center for Public Conversation, 2012).

With Rodney L. Petersen and Thomas J. Massaro, S.J. “Teaching ‘Overcoming Violence’: Reflections on Violence, Peace, and Practical Theology,” Practical Matters: A Transdisciplinary Multimedia Journal of Religious Practices and Practical Theology 5 (2012).

ExtHumLife Cover Art“Extending Human Life: Social, Economic, and Cultural Issues,” in Extending Human Life: Scientific, Ethical, and Social Considerations. Challenges for the Church. John Lewis, ed. (Boston: Working Group on Faith and Genetics, Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, November 2007).

Hurricane Katrina and the Re-Latinization of New Orleans,” ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America (Winter 2007): 13-15.

“Service in a Time of Suffering,” Harvard Divinity School 2006 Year in Review (2006): 27-29.

“A Chance to Help Amid the Chaos in Louisiana,” Harvard Divinity Today (December 2005): 6.

“Have Faith in Irony,” 74 Zadok Perspectives  (Autumn 2002) (publication of the Zadok Institute for  Christianity and Society, Melbourne, Australia).

“Irony, Religion, Culture, and Meaning,” Sightings (January 10, 2002)

“Voices from the Pews: Congregants Focus on Health, Healing, and Community Violence,” Park Ridge Center Bulletin 15 (May 2000).

“Religion Counts,” Park Ridge Center Bulletin(September/October 1999).

“Negotiating the Middle Way in the American Family Debate,” Criterion 5:3 (Autumn 1996): 10-19.