By John Bauerschmidt I can see it in the mind’s eye: my teenaged self, in a suburban strip mall bookstore, taking down a paperback volume from the rack and beginning to read. I am a cradle Episcopalian, a hereditary Anglican, but neither catechized nor a ch... Read More...
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To imagine there’s no heaven is to live on an extremely boring Earth.
Our culture tends toward optimism, but is it a Christian virtue?
Between Palm Sunday and Easter stands the holiest, the most enchanted, of weeks.