If we think of Fred Rogers as a saint, we let him and ourselves off the hook. We blind ourselves to the work he chose to do, and we protect our own inertia. →
A review of The #MeToo ReckoningBy Abby Perry
Ruth Everhart calls the church to reckon with its complicity in sexual misconduct by listening to abuse survivors and responding to their stories. →
Katherine Willis Pershey reflects on her publishing journey as a mainline church pastor after reading Kate Bowler's book on evangelical women celebrities. →By Patia Carque
"Embraced by waves, winds, fairy dust / the Isle will do the work." →
A review of This is My Body
Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew reviews Cameron Dezen Hammon's debut spiritual memoir This is My Body: A Memoir of Religious and Romantic Obsession. →
Faith & CultureIf we think of Fred Rogers as a saint, we let him and ourselves off the hook. We blind ourselves to the work he chose to do, and we protect our own inertia.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.
Sign up for our email newsletter today, and keep up to date with what's going on at the Collegeville Institute.