Archives: William Stringfellow, Anti-War Activist

50 Years Ago this week: "A national committee for the defense of William Stringfellow and Anthony Towne, accused on two counts of harboring the Rev. Daniel Berrigan, S.J., while he was a fugitive from justice, has been announced in New York. The statement of support said that there would be no prosecution of the two Episcopal laymen were it not for "the moral attrition America has suffered in the past decade on account of the war in Vietnam."

Operating Instructions

By David Baumann A Reading from Deuteronomy 6:1-9 1 Now this is the commandment — the statutes and the ordinances — that the Lord your God charged me to teach you to observe in the land that you are about... Read more...

Knowledge and Power

By Sarah Cornwell A Reading from the Gospel of John 7:14-3114 About the middle of the festival Jesus went up into the temple and began to teach. 15The Jews were astonished at it, saying, “How does this man h... Read more...

Communion and Conversion

By Ken Asel A Reading from the Gospel of Mark 3:19b-35 19b Then he went home; 20and the crowd came together again, so that they could not even eat. 21When his family heard it, they went out to restrain hi... Read more...

Podcast: H.S. Cross on Books & Boarding Schools

Books, coziness, and Anglophilia: what die-hard Anglicans love about Christmas can also teach us about Advent. We talk with novelist H.S. Cross about her books, English boarding schools, suffering, and nostalgia as "edenic longing."