This fall, we've been thinking about spiritual intersections.

This fall, we've been thinking about spiritual intersections—between spirituality and writing, spirituality and public policy, and spirituality and religion.

Spirituality & Writing

We are partnering with Karen Hering, a literary minister and author of Writing to Wake the Soul, to offer a contemplative writing program for lay people in six congregations in the Twin Cities

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Spirituality & Public Policy

The Collegeville Institute Fellows recently concluded their sixth cohort meeting in the two-year program, which is designed to cultivate pastors’ sense of public leadership. The October 2014 meeting focused on the challenges of health care in Minnesota.

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Spirituality & Religion

Linda Mercadante shares her research on the beliefs of the spiritual but not religious, and the implications of these beliefs for the church and American society.

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Recent Blog Posts

Saying Yes

An article by Melynne Rust


Finally, I said yes. It was an anxious yes. A timid yes. A yes that left me feeling awkward and exposed, as I leaned into claiming what I believed.
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Sing of the World Made New

An Interview with Jeffery Rowthorn


In this interview with hymn writer Jeffery Rowthorn, he jokes that he is only 5,950 hymns behind Charles Wesley, and 8,950 hymns behind Fanny Crosby.
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Embodying Christ in Every Context

An Interview with John Lewis


As a New Testament scholar, Episcopal priest, and former attorney, John Lewis is passionate about helping people integrate faith into their daily lives.
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Singing in Breuer’s Church

Poem by Andrew Schep


A poem by Andrew Schep, participant in the Summer 2013 writing workshop, Believing in Writing: A Week with Michael Dennis Browne.
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