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Recent Articles

A photograph of Khor Virap monastery with a large snow-covered mountain in the background.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

How Christianity Came to Armenia: The Story of St. Gregory

Colin Fields

As a child, Gregory narrowly escaped death as punishment for his father’s role in the assassination of Armenia’s king. Hidden and raised by a Christian, he later endured 12 years of persecution, healed a king, and brought Christianity to his land...

Mourners at Oscar Romero's funeral

Monday, May 25, 2015

Blood and Ink

Robert Lassalle-Klein

Why were six Jesuits and two women killed in one night? Like Oscar Romero, they had come to believe it was their duty as Christians speak up for human rights and peace.

vietnam war memorial

Friday, May 22, 2015

After the Parades and Picnics

Johann Christoph Arnold

We need to think about what Memorial Day really means – what the life of every deceased soldier means to his or her family, and to us.

Detail from the painting Summer by Henri Martin showing men raking hay and girls dancing in the meadow.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Our Garden, God's Garden

Eberhard Arnold

All life – including the variety we see in nature – is a parable of the future community of the kingdom of God. Just as the air surrounds us, or as a blowing wind engulfs us, we need to be immersed in the blowing Spirit, who unites and renews... Deutsch