By Michael Drohan (Photo caption: Dr. Carol Zinn. Photo credit: The Catholic Leader) Review of Book Is Religion Killing Us?: Violence in the Bible and the Quran by Jack Nelson Pallmeyer, 2003. […]
Duquesne Administration Continues to Defy NLRB and Catholic Social Teaching
May 5, 2017 By Neil Cosgrove The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has, once again, ruled against the Duquesne University administration, telling it to cease nearly five years of stonewalling and begin […]
Is Duquesne University Religiously Exempt from Bargaining with Faculty?
By Neil Cosgrove This piece originally appeared in the May 2015 of the NewPeople in-print publication. Update to come in the May 2017 issues of the NewPeople. In refusing to bargain […]
World Hunger: What Can You Do?
March 9, 2017 By Joyce Rothermel It is not too early to put the 2017 SW PA Bread for the World Workshop on your calendar for Sunday, April 23 from 1 – […]
Faith Community Mobilizes
March 8, 2017 By Wanda Guthrie and Claudia Detwiler Attention: Leaders of Faith Communities Greenfaith is a national fellowship of people of diverse religious backgrounds who advocate for care of creation. Its […]
Journey Toward Justice
By Bette McDevitt October 1, 2016 I’ve admired Sister Patricia McCann, of the Pittsburgh Sisters of Mercy, for years, and now I know what makes her tick. “My social justice orientation is […]