Buddhism & Christianity on Sexual Violence

At the Society for Buddhist Christian Studies meeting last week at the American Academy of Religion Conference, we had two fabulous panels that I am still thinking about days later.  In this post, I want to reflect on the first one, which was titled “Buddhist and Christian Resources for Addressing Sexual Violence.”  We had six…… Continue reading Buddhism & Christianity on Sexual Violence

If you know me at all, or if you read this blog, you know I am a runner.  I’ve been running for decades, and while I was never fast–and I’m certainly not fast now–running has never been about speed or PRs for me.  I just love it, and I always have.  Running is my happy…… Continue reading

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

  Monday was a holiday–of sorts.  When I was young, it was unambiguously Columbus Day:  we celebrated the day Columbus “discovered” America and most of us had off from school.  Now, in many places–though not everywhere–the day is commemorated as “Indigenous Peoples’ Day,” but somewhat uneasily, I think, depending on where you live. I asked…… Continue reading Indigenous Peoples’ Day

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Yesterday there were a bunch of events going on in the morning at the college, in conjunction with the inauguration of Gettysburg College’s new president, Bob Iuliano.  One of the sessions I attended was on immigration, and one of the presenters read this poem.  I thought it was incredibly powerful, and I think more people…… Continue reading Home