(RNS) — Christmas celebrates God’s great surprise, but we need to see it through children’s eyes.
At tithing settlement this year, I declared myself a full tithe-payer and explained why none of that money has gone to the LDS Church.
(RNS) — These famous few lines suggest a kind of compassionate solidarity, a sense of deep connection when others die, or might die. But Donne’s real point is not just compassion for others, even during a plague, but the necessity of attention to the self.
(The Conversation) — Food preparation makes the intangible aspects of culture and religion tangible.