Maundy Thursday – NOT ME!

By Sr. Constance Joanna, SSJD I recently read a delightful and deeply moving book by Sarah Miles, called Take this Bread. Sarah is an American journalist who loved cooking for lots of people, worked in restaurants as an assistant cook doing the jo jobs, and eventually became deeply involved with revolutions around the world, including … Continue reading “Maundy Thursday – NOT ME!”

C.S. Lewis’s fantasies a special window to divine mysteries, experts say

By Tali Folkins February 6, 2018 “Luminous story,” the kind C.S. Lewis wrote, is at once art and theology, says Eastern Orthodox scholar Edith Humphrey. Photo: Tali Folkins Their unique appeal to the imagination allows the stories of C.S. Lewis to reach us in ways that ordinary discourse about God often can’t, attendees at an … Continue reading “C.S. Lewis’s fantasies a special window to divine mysteries, experts say”