Hanna Chen on 5/6/2013
And you're invited to my birthday party, too. It was after class, in the middle of putting on her tiny colorful shoes, that this sweet child of three years had matter-of-factly invited me to her birthday, which wasn't for another five months.
Bart on 4/30/2013
Many of us women are struggling with how to plan and prepare for building a career and a family.
This round-table discussion is to help gather women that are currently in their professional fields and those that are preparing.
We are not expecting to come up with one answer, rather we want to listen to each others’ stories and find space to chart our own path.
Jonathan on 4/10/2013
The Torah (Hebrew for “instruction”) is also known as The Five Books of Moses - Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy. It is the charter document of Israel’s covenant faith, and it is the golden key to understanding the biblical story. It is the source of widely known characters and timeless stories, and it exercises an enormous influence on Western civilization - literature and art; conceptions of family, church, and state; jurisprudence and ethics, and on and on.
Eric on 4/1/2013
Listen to a recording of the new song performed during the offertory yesterday in our Easter services.
Jonathan on 3/30/2013
Elements of this Easter Vigil song are traced back to St. Ambrose (St. Augustine's pastor), it became quite widely used in the post-Constantinian era (when it became safe to gather for worship and singing), it was officially included in the liturgy of the Western church in the 9th century, and it is considered the high point of the whole year as far as liturgical music goes.