Christian Ethics at the Boundary by Karen Guth

Book Review: Our culture seems obsessed with pointing out and using difference as a divisive and wall-building mechanism. The effects are felt in the most casual conversations about music and movie preferences, as well as more intense discussions about theological issues which recently affected the polity within one of the largest Protestant denominations to politicalContinue reading “Christian Ethics at the Boundary by Karen Guth”

Dorothy Day and My Vocation

Book Review: The Long Loneliness, by Dorothy Day In her autobiography, The Long Loneliness, Dorothy describes her life based on her internal focus for three time periods: Searching, Natural Happiness and Love is the Measure. During her early days of searching, Dorothy includes information about her background and family, which shed light on the directionContinue reading “Dorothy Day and My Vocation”