Silence, Sound, and the Power of God

That sound and silence are perceived as alternatives, rather than ordered portions of a single reality of divine beauty, is one of the great perversions of modern culture.

Marking Time

The Morgan Library’s current exhibition explores how in the Middle Ages the concept of time, as well as telling time, were approached in different ways and with significantly different tools.

New Imagery for Central Pa.

Bp. Audrey Scanlan: “A new ‘look’ for our diocese that preserves the best of what we have had, in years past, and allows for a shifting of shape is an icon all its own, for our movement forward, in faith.”

Historic Churches: Six Cases

There’s a special reluctance to close truly historic buildings, but saving them often requires resources far beyond what a small remaining congregation can provide.

Honor for Sculpture at VTS

Artist Margaret Adams Parker will receive a Faith & Form award for her sculpture “Mary as Prophet.”