Faith and Life

New Theories and Old Traditions

  In the protective recesses of Yale's museum is an ancient fresco fragment. To the average eye it is humble in appearance: the outline of a woman, bending down to what seems like a well. The long-held belief, logically, is that the fresco depicts the Samaritan woman at the Well, from the Gospel of John,… Continue reading New Theories and Old Traditions

Faith and Life

God Bless the C/E-ers!

Happy Easter! It's that wonderful moment in the Liturgical year where churches around the US see members come out of the woodwork and actually go...to...church. Yay! Yay? For those of us whose butts are in the pews every week, Easter and Christmas are┬áprobably considered the most frustrating times of the year. It's a reminder of… Continue reading God Bless the C/E-ers!