Yes, I believe that everyone should be a monk, and I’m not the only one who thinks so. Continue reading
Nine Things You Should Really Know About Anglicanism More often than I’d like, I lose track of what drew me to Anglicanism; this piece encourages and energizes as it convicts. Anglicanism is Protestant, it is Evangelical, and it is Catholic.
A eulogy for Edward Herrmann, from blog Life Upon the Sacred Stage. I found this through The Living Church, for which I wrote my own homage to theatrical storytelling–one of Mr. Herrmann’s long-running roles–in Raising Rory & Raising Ruth.
From Study Finds More Reasons to Get and Stay Married in the New York Times today, I learned “[m]aybe what is really important is friendship, and to never forget that in the push and pull of daily life.”
Practicing the Presence of Place, via the Covenant Blog, witnesses to the hope and transcending power of a church community. It also reminded me that I’ve been meaning to read Wendell Berry’s Hannah Coulter (on which I’ve now duly placed a hold at my local library).
What’ve you been reading lately?