On Christmas Eve Day, night has not yet come; darkness has not yet fallen. But it will come.
The Wonder of Children, the Evangelism of Parents
The liturgy became a bit humdrum, until I saw it through the eyes of my son.
The Perils of Perpetual Liturgical Reform in a Liquid Age
It’s not updating a text here or there but a revision of the underlying assumptions about the act of worship.
Restoring a scriptural imagination in a secular age
We must learn to read the Scriptures again as a history of salvation that implicates our future.
Secularization and a renewal of ecumenical dialogue
Secularization is fundamentally about a break in the chain of memory. Ecumenical dialogue attuned to its problems would focus on a common project to spread the gospel to every corner of the world.