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Monday, March 19, 2018

The world is changing. This Trappist abbey isn't. Can it last?

The woman beside Wendell: at home with Tanya Berry
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Tanya Berry is a fiercely independent thinker who embraces interdependence, while also serving as discerning first editor of every novel and short story written by her prolific husband.

The world is changing. This Trappist abbey isn't. Can it last?
The New York Times: Meet the monks of Mepkin Abbey, a Trappist monastery in South Carolina, who are trying to maintain age-old religious traditions in a rapidly evolving world.

This preacher would be happy to share your bowl of açaí
The New York Times: Chad Veach believes he can save souls by being the hip and happy-go-lucky preacher. Jesus is supposed to be fun, right?

The Jedi faithful
Pacific Standard: Beneath the surface -- once the lightsabers are stowed away and the business of spiritual belief begins -- Jediism is quite paradigmatic of trends in modern religious practice.

From 'Downton' to Jerusalem, actor Hugh Bonneville searches for Jesus
Religion News Service: Actor and former Cambridge theology student, Hugh Bonneville hosts a new documentary, "Jesus: Countdown to Calvary," which will air on most public television stations before Easter.

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