Religion in Public Institutions

Why Does Congress have a chaplain?” with Laura Olson. The Conversation. May 1, 2018

“As you travel, pause and take a look at airport chapels.” The Conversation. January 3, 2018

Spiritual Care in Changing Times: Initial Glimpses from Theological Education” with Beth Stroud. The Huffington Post. December 18, 2017.

“On land or ship, port chaplains offer comfort to seafarers of the world.Edwardsville Intelligencer. 7.23.17

“Congressional Chaplains: Can They Welcome All Religions and No Religion at All?” Religion & Politics. August 31, 2016

A Hospital Tradition Remembers the Youngest Patients.” Religion & Politics. April 26, 2016

Along the Edges of Faith: The Many Sectors of American Chaplaincy.” Religion & Politics. January 26, 2016.

“Paging God in Health Care.” The Huffington Post. February 25, 2013.

Waiting for a Miracle? Perspectives from Health Care Providers.” The Huffington Post. September 24, 2012

“Speaking Different Languages: Physicians and Chaplains in Healthcare.” Psychology Today Blog. August 24, 2012.

A Religious Hand in the Modern Temple of Science.” Brandeis Magazine. Summer 2012.

Becoming a Spiritual Generalist? What Physicians Know about Religion and Spirituality.” The Huffington Post. July 31, 2012.

“Bow out, politics, prayer is personal.” Atlanta Journal Constitution, May 5, 2010. Op-Ed Page.

“A personal day of prayer: Let’s not nationalize or politicize our relationships to God,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, May 3, 2010, Op-Ed Page.

“Where medical, spiritual worlds meet at life’s end” with Heather M. Hinton, Baltimore Sun, October 4, 2009. Op-Ed Page

When Medicine and Religion Conflict Around Children: The Case of Daniel Hauser.Religion Dispatches, June 16, 2009.

Physicians, ‘Conscience,’ and the Denial of Options.” Religion Dispatches, January 5, 2009.

“What We Pray.” Baltimore Sun. December 14, 2008. Op-Ed Page.

“The Blame Game” Immanent Frame, November 14, 2008