A Book Review
Is there anything good about forgetting? Charles Halton reviews Lewis Hyde's book A Primer for Forgetting: Getting Past the Past. →
Learn to identify the four most common types of human neighbors you may have in the campground this summer – and how to best love them. →By Jen Crow
"Notice, You" is a new poem about home lost and found by Jen Crow, a Collegeville Institute Twin Cities Fellow from 2015-2017. →
An Excerpt from Red State Christians
Who are the Christians that voted for Donald Trump? Angela Denker explains how Red State Christians lost confidence in the nation's Christian identity. →
In our July edition of Book Notes, we highlight recently published poetry books written by authors affiliated with the Collegeville Institute. →
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A Book Review