Like Jason Micheli, I have incurable cancer. His book helped me find humor in it.
These are not poetic times. We live and breathe prose.
In her memoir, comedian Maggie Rowe lays bare a struggle with excessive guilt that rivals Martin Luther’s.
Acts 17:22–31; Psalm 66:8–20; John 14:15–21
We stood along the highway in a blizzard, trying to hitchhike. We started reciting Bible verses to pass the time.
It’s hard enough to distinguish fact from fiction. Then there’s the matter of interpretation.
When arguments fail us, we turn to words of wonder.
(Roger Lundin 1949–2015)
Acts 7:55–60; Psalm 31:1–5, 15–16; 1 Peter 2:2–10; John 14:1–14
If Benedict’s Rule is a text of resistance, what does it help us resist?