"…Renewals and revolutions begin quietly, like faith itself. They start growing from one tiny seed, the staggering thought: things don’t have to be like this…"
John V. Taylor
Bishop of Winchester
The Catholic News Service served up a whimsical, yet thought-provoking story last week about a soon-to-be published book by Italian theologian Father Giovanni Cesare Pagazzi. The forthcoming book’s title alone, La cucina del Risorto — which CNS translates as The Cooking of … more
Last week Missio curated a set of posts around Wendell Berry’s phrase, “practice resurrection.” While enigmatic, practicing resurrection is part of our calling as Christians. Christ’s resurrection bids us to act as signs and tastes of God’s promised resurrection of all things. … more
For Holy Week, Missio interviewed Mark Higgins, President of Hall-Wynne Funeral Service & Crematory in Durham, NC on his work as funeral director and the theology and practices of good funerals. Given that this week we remember the death and … more