Encountering the Holy at the Threshold

A "threshold" from the Re/Generation retreat last Spring at Union Theological Seminary. In college I was part of my school’s Multifaith Council, a group of students from different religious and spiritual backgrounds who gathered regularly for discussions, retreats, and to plan campus-wide events. At one of our retreats, we were having a discussion about worship … Continue reading Encountering the Holy at the Threshold

You Make Decisions Because You Love Yourself: A Personal Story of Abortion

(Content Warning: This post contains language about rape and abortion.) When I was 22, I faced an unintended pregnancy. I was single, underemployed, and completing the last remaining credits of my bachelor’s degree. I didn’t know what to do. Growing up Catholic, the church groomed me to be anti-abortion; I even attended the March for … Continue reading You Make Decisions Because You Love Yourself: A Personal Story of Abortion