Author, writer, teacher, blogger, keeps a blog The Trough where she writes. She combines spirituality and politics as no other. She is a native of Chicago, who prefers walking as exercise. The author has a B.S., biology and M.A., anthropology, certified science and french teacher.
Hildegard, a new Catholic saint, learned the hard way you can't fool God with self-torture to force your way into heaven.
There are no steamy secrets here.
In today’s lingo, inquisitions are probably the purest form of “hate crimes.” Discover their appeal in
His Holiness counseled: be a “wise selfish” because if you help others you will be much happier than before
What about world peace--is it possible? I think we all want to know the answer.
We are welcome voyeurs of three psychiatrists who are driven by and jammed up with a passion for drugs and sex.
The expected but early death of Steve Jobs creates a real teachable moment about death and rebirth.
There’s no denying Pitt this awards season. His regular-guy Billy Beane delivers.
Eastern philosophy is less religion and more BYOB-like: bring your own beliefs--this is not okay among staunch Christians.
Not your usual Nazi-Mossad hide-and-seek in East Berlin--but a real thriller.