Sacred Spaces Between the Words

Consider the times when by the act of entering a Sacred space your thought parade slowed to a halt and ceased its endless performance.

Take a seat at the kids’ table

Michael J. Crosbie, the editor-in-chief of Faith & Form, an interfaith journal devoted to religious art and architecture, recently invited me to write a short piece describing some of the benefits of adding  communally created liturgical art to the worship experience. I am thrilled and honored to have this prestigious platform to briefly explain not…

Everything old is…old again.

I wonder what this “traditionalist” movement which replicates what has already been done, and which effectively restricts the involvement of laity says about us as a culture. Will historians conclude from our return to the past that we lacked faith in the future?