Scott Cairns: Words lead you to ideas

FacebookTwitterEmailPrint Baptist-born poet Scott Cairns says that Orthodox Christianity provides a meeting place for his two loves — language and Christ. The practice of poetry prepared him for the practice of worship, in a blending of theology and art. Monday, October 21, 2013 Prayer, worship, language, creation and mystery are bound up together for Scott … Continue reading “Scott Cairns: Words lead you to ideas”

One German’s Two-Decade Search for a Poem She Couldn’t Quite Name

One German’s Two-Decade Search for a Poem She Couldn’t Quite Name Susanne Tagder on Her 20-Year Quest to Find the Land of the Midnight Sun By Susanne Tägder May 9, 2019 Deep within the Mary Poppins bag of the internet, there exists a lost-and-found for poetry. Picture it as a virtual corkboard full of post-it-sized cries for … Continue reading “One German’s Two-Decade Search for a Poem She Couldn’t Quite Name”

How Jean Vanier broke my heart and saved my life

Opinion How Jean Vanier broke my heart and saved my life May 9, 2019 By: Cathleen Falsanigodgrrl   Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Jean Vanier visits Sebastien, a young man whose injuries in a car accident left him with profound cognitive and physical disabilities, at the L’Arche care home in Trosly-Breuil, France, … Continue reading “How Jean Vanier broke my heart and saved my life”

“Christians make up 80 per cent of believers persecuted for their faith”, report finds

Posted on: May 10, 2019 The Bishop of Truro, Philip Mounstephen, and Britain’s Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, listen as the leader of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales, the Archbishop of Westminster Cardinal Vincent Nichols, addresses an audience at the launch of the UK Government’s Review into the persecution of Christians earlier this … Continue reading ““Christians make up 80 per cent of believers persecuted for their faith”, report finds”

Maundy Thursday foot clinics offer loving care rooted in Jesus’ command to serve others

By David Paulsen Posted April 16, 2019   AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Print Share to Email Share to More The foot-care clinic hosted by the Diocese of San Diego at its Episcopal Church Center features foot washing and an array of other services, from free shoes for patrons … Continue reading “Maundy Thursday foot clinics offer loving care rooted in Jesus’ command to serve others”