By Andrew Krinks Organizing, popularly understood, is about drawing up campaigns to bring about shifts in a political landscape. It is identifying the terms of victory in order to discern and utilize tactics comprising a strategy […]
By Kyle Lambelet Recall the story of Jesus’s encounter with two disciples on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-25). The passage is the Gospel reading for the third week of Easter, so you may have […]
To the determent of both the church and the wider movements for social change, US Catholics have been slow to respond to Pope Francis’s call to organize. The time is now to rediscover a new theology and spirituality of organizing.