On August 18, 2017 the National Center for Veteran Analysis and Statistics released a dataset outlining the religious affiliation of all 21 million living veterans of the United States. “Veterans Religious Affiliation by State,” downloadable as an Excel file here, provides details not only on all 50 states and the District of Columbia, but veterans […]
Veterans are at a disadvantage in America. American veterans face disproportionately high rates of under-employment, exploitation and homelessness, as well as a lack of access to the physical and mental health resources they require. These factors, combined with the silencing of veteran voices and widespread misunderstanding of veterans’ needs and experiences, have contributed to the […]
Martin defied the stereotypes of his day and the assumption by Christians that the military was (or is) inherently no good.
Not everyone knows that Francis was a survivor of a horrific war, one of only nine left on the battlefield after a crusade
Ignatius grew up desiring a life of glory, which for millennia was thought to be gained almost exclusively on the battlefield.
After the war, an imperial decree provided amnesty for deserters like John, so he became a priest