By Sophia Stid
Sophia Stid, a poet, explores the difficult, ongoing task of finding the words for faith, in a world where words are multivalent and sometimes misused. →By Andrea Potos
She resides / in ochre quiet, / maple woods beside / still water... →
How do we understand God’s calling when not everyone has access to the same networks, resources, or opportunities? →By Sarah Ngu
"After college, I began to discover new tools for interpreting the Bible that allowed me, for the first time, to imagine myself as a whole person within my faith." →By Angie Hong
"Making sense of a spirituality and church culture that causes harm is complicated and layered, opening past wounds and inflicting new ones if not done with great care." →
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NewsToday, September 16, 2021, Collegeville Institute founder Fr. Kilian McDonnell turns 100 years old.The Collegeville Institute offers its deepest sympathy to incoming executive director, Dr. Jacqueline Bussie, on the sudden and unexpected death of her husband, Matt Myers.
PodcastHow do we understand God’s calling when not everyone has access to the same networks, resources, or opportunities?Think of a significant calling in your life. Who invited you to explore that calling? And what role did church play (if any) in that invitation?
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