Joy Moore writes of loss and its quiet shifts.
Gail Tyson explores how unplanned events illuminate our lives.
Laura Brown strings together snippets of memory from the “ragtag communities” that have taught her how to stitch her own “book of common prayers.”
The theologian and Anglican priest Sarah Coakley discusses the importance of prayer for theological reflection and daily life.
Sarah Coakley shares how prayer intersects with her work as a scholar and as a priest and makes a case for asceticism in the everyday prayer life of Christians.
Through an examination of the role of silence in James Baldwin’s novel Go Tell It on the Mountain, this paper explores how prayer can open up life within and beyond a racist, oppressive social order.
Christian worship is the unique context, space, and practice through which the gifts of healing, forgiveness, and reconciliation are received and embraced.
I was going to do my best to ignore the latest package of excrement labeled “American comedy”… the “film” called Couples Retreat. But then The Onion made it worth mentioning, by taking this opportunity to speak out more truthfully than any other film-review source on the sorry state of big-screen comedy in America. Vince Vaughn […]
A Review of Carrie Newcomer’s The Geography of Light: A Bard’s Journey Through Light, Darkness, Silence, and Sound
This article reviews Carrie Newcomer’s album, “The Geography of Light.