Christmas Eve visions

In the 12th century, a Benedictine nun had a vision of Jesus’ humanity. It couldn’t have happened on a better night.

A restless search for truth

Philosopher John Caputo

“Truth is in constant transit. The difference between a liberal and a conservative, I think, is the stomach you have for the journey.”

Marginal faith

At such ideologically charged times, it is hard to discern what a life of Christian faithfulness looks like. Miguel De La Torre offers a good resource.

Holy water everywhere

Baptism and place

There’s no good theological reason for baptismal water to be perfectly pure. Still, a person’s baptism probably shouldn’t land her in the hospital.


Reflections of the Lectionary

Reflections on the Lectionary

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