Is the pandemic part of "shock therapy" to move us forward? Or, more likely, an opportunity we can use to become who God is calling us to be. →By Gale Walden
A new poem by Gale Walden who participated in the Collegeville Institute's 2018 Apart, And Yet A Part writing workshop with Michael N. McGregor. →
A Chaplain’s Reflections in the Early Days of COVID-19
Nursing homes are the frontlines of the pandemic. Read one chaplain's reflections on healing at a distance drawing on Christian and Buddhist practices. →
A Conversation with Barry D. Cytron and Marty Stortz
Our third podcast episode explores the history of multi-religious work with Rabbi Barry D. Cytron and Dr. Marty Stortz. →
A Lutheran pastor describes how certain kinds of conversations can be considered a spiritual practice, particularly when done across religious traditions. →
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