What is the cross of Christ, if not an instrument of death transformed into beauty?
I’ve spent a long time pondering what universal human experience the story of the Transfiguration is trying to tell us.
In late spring and early summer, we experience a lot of endings—and new beginnings.
Healing. Connection. Belonging. Love. These are the words of Pentecost.
There’s plenty there to meditate on (and grow into) for a lifetime. And it’s definitely worth celebrating at home. Here are five ideas for your family – including a mix of fast, simple and elaborate ways to keep the feast of Pentecost.
I was privileged to spend my first two summers after college performing at the Sterling Renaissance Festival.
Sometimes, Easter comes a little too soon.
On Palm Sunday we hear about a tragedy that unfolds at the hands of tyrants and a destructive empire.
Mary must have been so frightened.
Sophomore year in high school became a pivotal time in my spiritual development.