Articles Tagged Society - ULC Blog

There are many books and movies that regale the benefits of friendship. Friends offer comfort, support, laughter and joy. Religious texts are full of examples of friends who care for each other, even when no one else doe ...

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As summer approaches, many families are looking for fun things for children to do during the break from school. Popular choices include reading, swimming, playing team sports and going on vacation. Another good option is ...

Category: Aid Morality

What do you think of when you think of stewardship? For some, it brings to mind a business transaction in which people are held responsible for certain resources. For others, it is linked to the financial and legal secur ...

Category: Environment Morality Religion

The final months of 2020 brought promising news of a vaccine rollout to protect against COVID-19. Your faith community members are undoubtedly relieved that an end to their separation from each other could be on its way ...

Category: Aid Religion Science

Even if you couldn't make it to the beach for a day of summer reading this year, you can still pick up a great diversity of books that will help open your eyes to the experiences of others. Joy Harjo — Poet Laureate ...

Category: Human Rights

While the novel coronavirus pandemic has affected people from all walks of life, some people have experienced the repercussions of the virus differently from others. There are several ways the virus is hitting some group ...

Category: Aid Health and Wellness Religion

While churches are primarily a place of worship and prayer, they can also be important historical locations. When events occur at a historic church, they have the potential to become all the more notable. Earlier this sp ...

Category: Freedom Politics Religion Citizens Rights

Pew Research recently released survey results that showed about half of Americans (49%) believe that U.S. laws should be influenced by the Bible. This figure is much higher among Christians, with 68% of all Christians wa ...

Category: Christianity

Harvard Professor Elizabeth Bartholet is calling for a ban on homeschooling, arguing that parents who are "extremely religious ideologues" cannot provide a proper education due to their inherent religious biases.

Category: Christianity

It seems like all anyone talks about these days is the coronavirus. While it’s good to stay informed, too much exposure to daunting news can be bad for your mental health and overall well-being. It may boost your spiri ...

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