To Walk in the Light: An Embodied Witness

There is a beautiful passage near the beginning of one of Augustine’s great works, De Trinitate, in which Augustine writes: “Dear reader, whenever you are as certain about something as I am go forward with me; whenever you hesitate, seek with me; whenever you discover that you have gone wrong come back to me; or if I have gone wrong, call me back to you. In this way we will travel along the street of love together as we make our way toward him of whom it is said, ‘Seek his face always.’”

Letter & Liturgy

Christian Reviews of Ideas and Culture

Chris Damian

Catholicism, (homo)eros, and everthing else

Paradiso

"To live, to love is to be failed, to forgive, to have failed, to be forgiven, for ever and ever." Gillian Rose

Blowing on the Embers

seeking the sacred in the ordinary