The Art of Reconciliation

The Parish of Calvary–St. George’s has welcomed a theater company called Sea Dog, which seeks to “tell stories of alienation and reconciliation.”

Reveling in Hope

When I saw that the New Cambridge Singers and the Cambridge Baroque Camerata would perform Bach’s last triumphant masterwork, I knew I would not miss it.

The Long Work of Rebuilding

Curbed: “Notre Dame seems poised to rise again. But the complexity of that task … will only become clear in the coming days and weeks.”

Incarnational Stations

The Stations of the Cross at the Anglo-Catholic Church of St. John’s in the Village in New York City were written by Greek Orthodox icon painter Christopher Kosmas.

Research on Evensong Numbers

Musicologist Kathryn King of Magdalen College, Oxford, will study why people attend evening choral services.

God and the Architect

Christopher Alexander’s words, in a place of desperate secularization, have the ring of obvious truth, despite my profession’s canon of human control.