It takes more than isolation to make us into contemplatives.
Life of Faith
Early on, I got caught up in the logic of the Spirit—and in the steady beat of black life.
Phillip Cary locates the heart of Protestantism in the gospel promise it reveals.
Shortly after his ordination, a home visit unexpectedly throws a new pastor in the deep end.
Those of us privileged enough to stay at home have to go back to work eventually. Will we go back to our former distraction?
It may be Easter, but lament comes more readily than alleluia.
New collections by Jeanine Hathaway and Jeanne Murray Walker
And what worship looks like when they do
The idea of this place is incarnation. When someone here gets sick, so does everyone else.
Two very different books provide guidance for family, caregivers, and clergy.
How can we be “witnesses to the ends of the earth” right now? I have found some help from St. Benedict and St. Gregory.
The former poet laureate’s quirky faith is a spirituality for prankish oddballs.
Clare Carlisle helps readers struggle with what it means to be human in the world.
We asked writers to tell us about a book that they disagree with—but that they also see as important enough to argue with.
That’s one good thing about sheltering in place.