Christ harrows hell, and nowhere are we beyond the hand that holds that harrow.
The ancient wisdom text urges us to find joy in the limits of the present moment.
Even during a pandemic, feasting is central to Christian worship.
We don’t pine for a second coming that will bring the world to an end. We pray for the indwelling of Christ that will enable the world to continue.
We posed this question to five writers.
Here in Oregon, the consequences of our actions are burning all around us.
The book of Numbers reminds us why it matters who we count.
Protesting in Jesus’ name is an outward act that yields inner transformation.
Living into the desired new creation is our work—and God’s promise.
Facing the “intolerable trouble” of antiblack violence
Those of us privileged enough to stay at home have to go back to work eventually. Will we go back to our former distraction?
What would it take to stop seeing neighbors as intruders and threats?
How can we be “witnesses to the ends of the earth” right now? I have found some help from St. Benedict and St. Gregory.