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Of Canons and Hymns

By Daniel Martins During my education at a decidedly non-liturgical Christian liberal arts college in the early 1970s, because I was a music major, I...

Bring Back the Catafalque

By Leander S. Harding I learned from the great theorist of education Elliot Eisner and his book The Educational Imagination, to look for three curricula in...

I Want to Be One Too: On All Saints’ Day

By Jean McCurdy Meade  For all the Saints who from their labors rest. (Hymnal 287) I sing a song of the saints of God (Hymnal 293) O...

The Holy Trinity: Indwelling the Mystery

By Chip Prehn The Church the world over celebrated the Feast of the Holy Trinity on Sunday, May 30th. What used to be called “the...

Walking in a Foreign Land We Call Home

This Christmas, pull on your boots, tie up your laces, grab your hat, and start walking. We’ve a long journey ahead of us.

An Advent devotion

Revelation is always disorienting. The finite cannot comprehend the infinite.

Defending Reformation feast days

If we truly anguish over the Church, then let us beat our breasts, rend our clothes, and sign our foreheads with ashes. The cry and the lament of Reformation should move us to nothing if not these.

The Sundays after Pentecost

Every moment may be set apart and consecrated to God through acts of Christian service and devotion. What else is the Christian life but this?


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