Confessions of an Augustinian Quaker
In praise of dissent
When an immigrant becomes a neighbor, a truer story comes into view—and a truer hope
A case for a modest American patriotism (with some help from Mexico)
Mark Griffin is Professor of Spanish at Oklahoma City University. He was born and raised in Mexico, where his parents served as career missionaries. He is co-author of Living on the Borders: What the Church Can Learn from Ethnic Immigrant Cultures (Brazos Press, 2004) and has written articles on modern Latin American and Spanish literature.