As both chemist and Catholic, Michelle Francl writes about her summer at the Vatican Observatory where she uses a telescope to consider the heavens. →
A Conversation between Bromleigh McCleneghan and Katherine Willis Pershey
Pastors Bromleigh McCleneghan and Katherine Willis Pershey interview each other about their new books, which tackle Christian sex and marriage taboos. →
Living in Intentional Community
"There are no shortcuts for creating beloved community." Josina Cooper Guess writes about the challenges of long-term commitment to intentional community. →By Sean Denmark
Does it matter what is at the end of our spiritual pilgrimage? A new poem by Sean Denmark about the walking the Camino de Santiago. →
The Fruits of Intentional Christian Community
Rev. Rimes McElveen writes about costly forgiveness and his work with undergraduates and young graduates living together in intentional Christian community. →
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