By George Sumner • Artists — and priests — are odd. They are meant to look at the same world as everyone else, but from a particular slant.
Essays & Reviews
By Clay Lein • It’s not often that you find four new Episcopal congregations planted less than five miles apart.
Christopher Wells: “I stop what I am doing, stand, and pray for the grace to be made worthy of the promises of Christ.”
Bishop Munawar Rumalshah: “The Western Christians must recognize the vulnerability of the minority Christian presence in the majority Islamic lands.”
By Steven Ford • Historian Mircea Eliade has observed that religious people conceive of sacred time less as a linear reality than as a circle.
Review by Grace Sears • Do women in general — or Christian women in particular — hide their light under a basket they mistake for modesty or good manners?
Review by Amy Lepine Peterson • For Christians the memoir’s tendency to find the arc of redemption in a single life is nothing new.
The name of Oliver Sherman Prescott has long been familiar to students of the Ritualist Movement in 19th-century American Anglo-Catholicism.
Review by Mother Miriam • Sister Amy Hereford is well qualified to evaluate life since Vatican II.
Review by Leonard Freeman • The main characters in American Hustle are not saints, but they could be first cousins of Abraham and Sarah, or Rahab.