It’s been 100 years since your birth and almost 75 since you entered the abbey. You died with your story unfinished.
Psychologists describe a "middle knowledge" of the reality of death. How much of this knowledge is good for us?
Micha Boyett writes tenderly about her Southern Baptist background, even as she grafts herself into a more liturgical expression of the faith.
In local churches, brewing clubs have formed for fun and fellowship. They’re also extending a deep tradition of hospitality to non-Christians.
As a graduate student, my father visited the Abbey of Gethsemani. His experiences there entered him in some permanent way.