Faith Commons

Light Lessons from the Darkness

by Rabbi Nancy Kasten Days end abruptly in the Northern Hemisphere at this time of the year, followed by long, dark nights. Science explains what naturally occurs when the Earth […]

Don’t go numb over gun violence

By Cameron Vickrey For the San Antonio Express-News, published here I had babies when Sandy Hook happened. They were one and two-years-old. I remember rocking them both to sleep, sobbing […]

On Practicing Piety in Public

by Rev. Dr. George Mason Below you will find two columns, both published by the Dallas Morning News on May 29, 2022. William Haun authored the first and I wrote […]

Is in-person learning worth the risk?

By George Mason July 24, 2020 In this time of highly contagious coronavirus, should schools reopen on time, after a short delay, online only or a combination of in-person and […]