By Andreas Westergren There is a moving image of frère Roger (Roger Schütz), the founder of the Taizé community in southern France, somewhere in a ghetto in the Philippines. Walking on top of a giant rubbish heap in his whitewashed monastic habit, he is com... Read More...
This good and true shepherd’s interest in and care for all of us who became his “sons” was surely a sign to us that the Good Shepherd had plans for us and was counting on us to be His disciples.
Henry Benjamin Whipple – first Episcopal bishop of Minnesota, evangelist and defender of the Minnesota Indians, and the man who bent the ear of America’s greatest president to stop a mass execution.
Bishop Jean-Baptiste Lamy faced conflict and put down stable roots, but died with unfinished visions.
Burnett, like Bob Dylan, seems omnipresent in popular culture but guards his offstage life with such care that he remains largely a mystery.