Andrew Taylor-Troutman's new sonnet explores grief and the comfort received from what remains. →
In this series, we highlight books we think our readers may enjoy, written by authors affiliated with the Collegeville Institute. →
Do Christians stand for justice? In what ways has the message of white supremacy worked its way into Christian churches? →
A Conversation on Community Organizing with Nicholas Tangen
Community organizing is often hard and contentious work. How can people stay committed when the world becomes overwhelming? →
An Interview with Ellie Roscher
Ellie Roscher's book "12 Tiny Things" offers small spiritual micro practices that bring our attention to the work of justice and help prevent overwhelm. →
NewsThe Search Committee is accepting applications for the Collegeville Institute Executive Director position until Monday, March 1, 2021.Perhaps no one needs Sabbath as much as activists. This essay and prayer recommend rest as important to the work.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.
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