Faith DispatchesBrandon SanchezJanuary 15, 2019
Women served as deacons in Europe for about a millennium in a variety of ministerial and sacramental roles.
Arts & Culture MusicBrandon SanchezJanuary 02, 2019
“Performing makes me feel vividly alive.”
Arts & Culture ArtBrandon SanchezDecember 27, 2018
A bleak alchemy is and always has been at work in the United States, binding documented whoppers to a wider, wilder paranoia.
Politics & Society DispatchesBrandon SanchezDecember 10, 2018
Newly appointed Justice Brett Kavanaugh takes part in the argument over death-penalty methods that may cause “gruesome and brutal pain.”
Faith DispatchesBrandon SanchezNovember 30, 2018
The report examined two distinct approaches to campus ministry. Degree-educated staff tend to emphasize public service, but missionary-trained staff are more likely to focus on students’ personal relationships with God.
Faith DispatchesBrandon SanchezNovember 28, 2018
The fossil fuel divestment movement, which started in the 2000s, has become a mainstay of activism on college campuses.
Arts & Culture FilmBrandon SanchezNovember 20, 2018
The shimmer of liberal democracy has been tarnished with grit and grime, dulled by wear and tear. We are stuck in the ring, brawling in our stars-and-stripes shorts.
Faith Short TakeBrandon SanchezNovember 05, 2018
This year, the election hovered over the Teach-In, with conversations about immigration and racism predominating.
Arts & Culture BooksBrandon SanchezNovember 02, 2018
And reading poetry, like the books in our 2018 poetry review, can be a great way to not make perfect sense of a thing, but to just be with a thing.