How Part-Time Seminary Formed MeBy Abby Perry
For me—a person who didn’t intend to pastor, or perhaps even to minister vocationally—seminary felt like an extravagance I should forego. →
A Review of The God Who Sees by Karen González
Karen González has written a "hermeneutics of immigration" in her new book The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong. →
"a living green cathedral spire / towers before me / I approach — bearing myself / like a gift to an altar — to touch" →
Clergy in the Media Series
The TV series Broken is a thoughtful, engaging portrayal of a priest who is earnestly following his vocation while doubting his efforts and effectiveness. →By Renée Bondy
We tend to think of the line as a great democratizer. But in a world where the convenience of being online reduces the need for the human line, who waits? →
NewsApart, and Yet a Part, led by writing coach Michael N. McGregor, was the final 2019 writing workshop at the Collegeville Institute this summer.A good day of deleting feels like a successful day of purging your closet, cleaning your kitchen, or weeding your garden.When editor Charnell Peters sent out her first rejections to writers, she added a desperate whisper: “Please don’t hate me!”What is it like reading through submissions at a literary journal? Finding the proverbial needle in the haystack calls for ruthless efficiency.In our new series on editing, acquisitions editor Valerie Weaver-Zercher describes the "holy jealousy" that sometimes occurs when working with writers.
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How Part-Time Seminary Formed Me