Tom's been writing about religion – broadly defined – for years in the Journal. Tom's experience as a retired minister and his curiosity about matters of faith will make for an always insightful exploration of these topics. Tom's encouraging open discussion, so join in.
The fact that you can't tell a book by its cover has become a problem for West Suburban PADS. The problem is the organization's cover, i.e. the name PADS, no longer communicates adequately everything the agency does in serving the homeless population in our area.
Ending hunger will be the focus when an official with Bread for the World gives the main address at the Community of Congregations' annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service at West Suburban Temple Har Zion this Sunday, Nov. 23 starting at 7 p.m.
As Sarah Sadowski approached graduation from OPRF High School in the spring of 2011, she wasn't sure what she wanted to do with her life. She wasn't happy with any of the colleges she checked out, but didn't see any other real options.
Officer Wilson's side of the story as printed today in the Washsington Post is printed here. I'm not sure his side will be heard in all of the "noise" that followed the grand jury's decision, so I'm try to give him a voice, without implying that his version of what happened is the only one.