Ed Cyzewski’s prepandemic takedown of the digital formation of Christians is still surprisingly useful.
My spiritual practices have long been communal ones. I love people—and their presence.
Ilana Kurshan shows how the practice of Daf Yoni gave structure to a life made formless and void.
After 60 years at Gethsemani Abbey, Paul Quenon wrote a memoir.
How can preachers and listeners develop a practice of lingering with the text?
"Write down one thing you are thankful for," said my friend. "Just one."
One day, as I considered my routine of pills and naps and exercises, I saw that it is not unlike praying the hours.
When I go backpacking, I pack light—no laptop, no phone, and especially no books. But reading Belden Lane, I’m tempted to begin toting a tome or two.
Karen Hering believes that writing is a way to tune into your inner voice and discover the relationship you have with whom or what you believe in.
Reading fiction has done more to baptize my imagination, inform my faith and strengthen my courage than any prayer technique has.