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Home grown Unitarian Universalism

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Home grown Unitarian Universalism

Developing home-based community rituals that root UU adults and children.

William J. Doherty | 3/3/2008 | Spring 2008

The War on Drugs’ war on families

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The War on Drugs’ war on families

A documentary film shows the tragic consequences of mandatory minimum sentences.

Melissa Mummert | 1/28/2008 | Winter 2007

Documenting the gay marriage revolution

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Documenting the gay marriage revolution

A photographic history of same-sex marriage in Massachusetts.

Christopher L. Walton | 9/17/2007 | Fall 2007

The floating life

Life

The floating life

Going with the flow sounds nice, until the river tries to kill you.

Meg Barnhouse | 9/17/2007

UU minister performs Iowa's first same-sex wedding

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UU minister performs Iowa's first same-sex wedding

Gay couple married by Unitarian Universalist minister before court blocked other weddings.

Jane Greer | 9/7/2007

Not my father's religion

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Not my father's religion

If my working-class father started attending a UU church, I'm not sure who he'd talk to.

Doug Muder | 9/3/2007 | Fall 2007

Even secular parents are religious educators

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Even secular parents are religious educators

If you don't answer your children's religious questions, someone else will—and you may not like the answers they provide.

Roberta M. Nelson | 8/27/2007 | Fall 2007

Jesus for UU children

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Jesus for UU children

New book offers a Unitarian Universalist view.

Christopher L. Walton | 8/27/2007 | Fall 2007

Once and for all

Reflections

Once and for all

Watching a loved one fade into dementia and yearning for grace.

Kathleen McTigue | 8/20/2007 | Fall 2007

Excess baggage

Life

Excess baggage

I decided that this was an auspicious moment to have a discussion with my older child about ‘nonmaterialism.’

Barbara Merritt | 7/2/2007

Fireworks at the wedding

Life

Fireworks at the wedding

Fireworks and church may not seem to go together, but in my family they do.

Meg Barnhouse | 7/2/2007

Help for anxious parents

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Help for anxious parents

The world is a dangerous place, but many parents are at risk of overprotecting their children.

Kimberly French | 4/2/2007 | Spring 2007

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