Jeffrey Bilbro: Wendell Berry exemplifies sustainable life

Unsplash / Toomas Tartes FacebookTwitterEmailPrint   From the city to the suburbs, Wendell Berry can help us imagine virtuous forms of living, says the author and Spring Arbor University associate professor. TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2019 Climate change and the sustainability of the earth are huge, often paralyzing issues. Yet despite their overwhelming scale, Jeffrey Bilbro, … Continue reading “Jeffrey Bilbro: Wendell Berry exemplifies sustainable life”

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”