Books: Forgotten Friends

By Ephraim Radner When I worked in Burundi in the early 1980s, my house stood across the road from the local school. One day, a young man came by and introduced himself. He was a teacher at the school, a Rwa... Read More...

The Priest as Generalist

By Cole Hartin One of my fears as a pastor is to have my preaching considered “too academic.” I know there is a place for eloquent, learned preaching, but it’s not in most of our cities or towns. On the university campus, probably, and a few other select pu... Read More...

A holy gluttony?

There is a holy gluttony in which we have only begun to indulge. May we remember to do so this Advent.