We have all received the faith from those who’ve gone before, and we are all charged with the sacred trust of passing it along, entire and intact, to those who will come after us.
Remembering the past, thinking in the present, and imagining the future all interweave.
Within this heavenly place, experiences both ordinary and momentous found meaning.
Refresh my memory, / With words of Moses and Jesus, / To help me follow your ways / And imagine your future.
We must acknowledge the good, but also the bad, of our past — memories of deliverance, but also that from which we were delivered.
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.
On a cold Saturday morning in early March, I picked up the "Clerk of Oxford," and we drove out to South Leigh.
In what way is this night, to use the words of God to Moses and the people of Israel, a "memorial" (Ex. 12:14)?