Learning to say grace: The theology and politics of eating

By Norman Wirzba Posted Thu 3 Jan 2019 Updated Thu 3 Jan 2019 Eating has never been a simple or easy act, because for any creature to eat, another creature, whether seen or unseen, must die. This is a holy and humbling mystery no eater can finally evade. Image:fcafotodigital/Getty Images Share Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Mail … Continue reading “Learning to say grace: The theology and politics of eating”

Wendell Berry Goes to School

Wendell Berry Goes to School by John Murdock 9 . 17 . 18 Wendell Berry and Higher Education: Cultivating Virtues of Place by jack r. baker and jeffrey bilbro university press of kentucky, 268 pages, $50 College campuses are now filled with students wondering whether the years they are spending away from home and the … Continue reading “Wendell Berry Goes to School”

‘Wendell Berry and the Given Life’: Q&A with Mary Berry

By Sean Salai, S.J. September 04, 2017   Facebook Twitter Email ‘Wendell Berry and the Given Life’: Q&A with Mary Berry Mary Berry is executive director of the Berry Center in New Castle, Kentucky, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting what Bill Moyers has called “the agrarian revolution” of her father Wendell Berry, the award-winning writer … Continue reading “‘Wendell Berry and the Given Life’: Q&A with Mary Berry”