American worship of guns and the high priests who encourage the bloodshed.
Preparing future public leaders requires more serious and focused political discourse now.
Bishops need to confront the real scandal that looms: the potential for schism in the American Church.
Shame on us for adding to the pain of the Haitian Immigrants rather than extending hospitality and welcome to those who have not known either of those gifts for far too long.
True justice will not come unless and until this nation makes a genuine and sustained commitment to eradicating racial hatred.
With anti-Asian hate crimes on the rise, we must redouble our efforts to confront racial hatred.
Dr. King would have called us to Reconciliation in all of its parts: confession, confrontation and forgiveness.
Trinity students, faculty and staff reflect on the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6.
Congress must move effectively and firmly to certify the election results on January 6. The peace and prosperity of our nation are at stake.
We take forward our sense of hope, our commitment to excellence and integrity, and our passion to ensure social justice in a world that needs Trinity’s mission now more than ever!