Day: August 15, 2012

“An American Tragedy”

Naunihal Singh, in The New Yorker, has written a powerful op-ed on the Oak Creek shootings. Singh’s entire article is complete and compelling, looking closely at the media coverage and the failure of both campaigns to fully incorporate the tragedy into necessary healing as a nation, but what follows is the most troubling part of […]

Volunteering at General Convention as spiritual practice

by Catherine Ambos Teachers have those LONG summers off, right? I do not do well with large, unstructured periods of time, so I usually volunteer in a friend’s research lab over the summer. This summer, however, I took time off from that “job” and traveled as “staff support” for the Diocese of New Jersey’s General […]