A Bridge to the Green Movement

I’ve written here about the urban gardens movement that I see now almost everywhere I go these days. (Our friends at MSA are tracking this movement, too). Most of the time, these gardens are being planted by the new-comers to our nation’s abandoned inner-cities. That’s certainly been the case here in Walltown. But I was [Read More…]

The Re-Settling of America

It’s Saturday, and I’m in Little Rock, Arkansas, at the invitation of local Episcopalians to give a retreat on Saint Benedict and the vocation of peacemaking in community. We’ve started the morning with some attention to the desert mothers and fathers, to the practices of community that Benedict lays out in his Rule, to the [Read More…]