MEDIA COVERAGE

Poorest among us have so little, yet they give so much

Poorest among us have so little, yet they give so much

by Patti and Rod Radle Patti and Rod Radle are 2011 San Antonio Peace Laureates and volunteer co-directors of Inner City Development. During our first year in our West Side neighborhood, our income was extremely low. We spent our days working or going to school and...

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Hoping for interreligious dialogue to become way of life

Hoping for interreligious dialogue to become way of life

BELIEF by Rajam Ramamurthy, M.D. As a 3-year-old girl in India, I received letters from my father, who was studying mining engineering in the U.S. In one, he described how newspapers were sold in the 1940s by being piled in a corner. He said nobody took one without...

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Working for justice requires never-ending vigilance

Working for justice requires never-ending vigilance

Working for justice requires never-ending vigilance by Mario Marcel Salas The human spirit seeks a better world. We battle for the dignity of humankind at every level. We should always be apprehensive for those marginalized and left in vulnerable positions. However,...

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Compassion includes working through disagreements

Compassion includes working through disagreements

by Rabbi Samuel M. and Lynn C. Stahl San Antonio Express-News, 14 April 2019  Since 1976, we have been fortunate to live in San Antonio, where we raised our children in what felt like an ethnically blind community. Throughout these many decades, we have experienced...

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