New issue for December, 2021-February, 2022 Each time we celebrate the Act of Consecration, we pray that we might perceive Christ’s light in our daylight. Kevin Street describes in his review essay, Christ’s Light, how this phrase resounded in his soul through decades. In the course of the year, we first meet this light in […]
Reading the signs of the times – that is a challenge that seems more important, and perhaps more difficult now than ever before in our lifetimes.
The theme of our Easter issue is Wounds and Healing. We have some wonderful articles on the theme. From the Editorial: The need to describe reality as something entire, undivided and without injury has been present as long as human beings have been expressing themselves. Nowadays, we experience it in part through its lack. We […]
Saint Augustine used the analogy of a candle for the Trinity: the solid wax is the Father; it gives the candle its solidity and is also the fuel for the flame. The Son is the flame itself, bringing the solid substance into movement and transformation. The Spirit is the radiance of the light. In recent […]
At the end of the funeral service in The Christian Community, we hear a stern admonition from the spiritual world. We are asked to remember that we are beholden to the spirit in all that we do on earth. A funeral confronts us with the ultimate reality of earthly life; in such a moment, we […]
Editorial We look at this Son and see the invisible God who cannot be seen. We look at this Son and see God’s original purpose in everything created. For everything, absolutely everything, above and below, visible and invisible, rank after rank after rank of angels—everything got started in him and finds its purpose in him. […]