Emily Cool Greener offers a litany for the tumultuous times of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mia Pohlman meditates on the gritty image of womanhood depicted in a painting of Our Lady of Częstochowa.
Elizabeth Felicetti describes distractions that interfere with reverent prayer while prostrate on Good Friday.
Two women whose strategies for living a meaningful life conflict vie for ownership of an antique family barn.
Sarah Coakley’s important book recommends prayer as a way to an incorporative model of the Trinity.
The Book of Common Prayer formed the Church of England anew every day, but in a way that virtue theory (our dominant way of understanding Christian formation) is poorly equipped to understand.
Brett Foster, The Garbage Eater (Evanston, IL: TriQuarterly Books, 2011). It is said that we are what we eat, that our appetites and outputs are in sync. Often, that’s also the case in the relationship between reading and writing. In reading Brett Foster’s debut poetry collection, The Garbage Eater, it becomes readily apparent that—for […]
An interview with California artist Dominique Ovalle on painting, beauty, murals, cockroaches in Palau, and a reality behind life as an artist.
Laura Brown strings together snippets of memory from the “ragtag communities” that have taught her how to stitch her own “book of common prayers.”