vol. 6, num. 2 :: 2007.01.26 — 2007.02.09
For folks in certain parts of the world, January is a time when weather can force us to slow down, stay indoors. What happens when we stop? Stop running, stop speaking, stop being afraid, stop hating, stop smoking, stop…?
A resigned nurse learns to be still and value a new kind of productivity.
A summer in a national park teaches the difference between productivity and fruitfulness.
A recounting of lately stumbled-upon wisdom regarding grace, redemption and forgiveness.
The mother of an infant girl struggles to stay in the present through crisis.
An account of a sabbatical retreat and an invitation to a firsthand experience.
On a simple discipline for learning to be still.
A review of the film Notes On A Scandal directed by Richard Eyre.
The "how" and "why" of taking a spiritual retreat.
What do we do in the moments that add up to eternity?
St. Benedict?s Table strives to cultivate a liturgy for vital worship.
A directory of retreat centers throughout the U.S. and Canada, with resources for potential retreatants.
Excerpts from a blog kept by Seargeant First Class Jonathan Trouern-Trend on bird watching during his tour in Iraq.
When we live in a neighborhood, the problems of the people in that community are no longer their problems; they become our problems too. This type of solidarity is one reason the ministry of Jesus was so powerful. He was not afraid to enter into the suffering and pain of those he encountered. Before Jesus died for people’s sins, he listened and touched and empathized with their anguish and their pain. We must do no less.
Making Neighborhoods Whole
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