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Helping Us Survive, Adapt, Reflect

Trauma and Pastoral Care A Practical Handbook By Carla Grosch-Miller Canterbury Press Norwich, pp. 128, $31.99 Review by Anne O. Weatherholt In this very timely book, Carla Grosch-Miller has...

Trauma, the News, and God

Part Three of Reading the News Like a Christian By Abigail Woolley Cutter My two previous posts have explored a spirituality of reading the news. I’ve noted...

The Beheading of John the Baptist and the (Post-)Traumatic Church

By Elizabeth Anderson The new trial use commemorations approved by the Episcopal Church’s 2018 General Convention include several feasts that are both ancient and widespread,...

Body, Broken

Violence, Trauma, and the Eucharist Content warning: violence, trauma, abuse. By Hannah King Two years ago my brother died violently. I did not witness the end of...

Trauma and the Eucharist

All the sacraments are traumatic for us. Our body is no longer completely our own, our present is interrupted by a foretaste of the eschatological banquet, and the sacraments ultimately are beyond any adequate verbal description.


The questions C.S. Lewis asked in “Transposition” are built into the structure of the new film Room, directed by Lenny Abrahamson.


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