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The longest march

The longest march

A witness to Selma’s tragedies revisits the path of tears and learns to dry his own.

Clark Olsen 5/1/2001 May/June 2001

The march of time

The march of time

From Selma to the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Christopher L. Walton 5/1/2001 May/June 2001

Fathers, sons, and loss

Fathers, sons, and loss

Fathers can seek deeper relationships with their sons even when their sons are grown.

Neil Chethik 1/1/2001 January/February 2001

Winter mind

Winter mind

Emptiness, like silence, like love, is indeed a gift.

Philip Simmons 1/1/2001 January/February 2001

Reclaiming the best of fatherhood

Reclaiming the best of fatherhood

A roundtable discussion with Mary Pipher, William Doherty, and Neil Chethik. Interview conducted by David Whitford.

David Whitford 1/1/2001 January/February 2001

Towards confident fathering

Towards confident fathering

How men can get more involved in their children's lives.

William J. Doherty 1/1/2001 January/February 2001

Living at the edge

Living at the edge

By living in the present moment, we can find ourselves at the gateway to eternity.

Philip Simmons 9/1/2000 September/October 2000

A clear alternative: The UU relationship

A clear alternative: The UU relationship

Applying Unitarian Universalism's Seven Principles to our romantic relationships.

Neil Chethik 3/1/1999 March/April 1999

Claiming and reclaiming Universalism

Claiming and reclaiming Universalism

Universalism is the noun, the identity, while Unitarian is merely an adjective.

Helene Knox 7/1/1993 July/August 1993

Universalism: 200 years and growing

Universalism: 200 years and growing

The spirit of Universalism and the future of Unitarian Universalism.

John Lovell 7/1/1993 July/August 1993

Of sand bars and circuit riders

Of sand bars and circuit riders

Voices from our Universalist past.

David Reich 7/1/1993 July/August 1993

The next Selma

The next Selma

How the Black Lives Matter movement challenges Unitarian Universalists.

Kenny Wiley 3/30/2015 Spring 2015

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