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For this photo essay, I was asked to delve into the Passion narrative as told in each of the four gospels and to allow the...

The Church's new year is just around the corner! Advent marks the beginning of the Church's liturgical calendar and will begin on Advent Sunday, 29...

Weird—renaissance baby Jesus. Cursive text declaring Peace or Joy or Merry Christmas. Glitter. Soft focus trees, candles, and wreaths. More glitter. Cute animals wearing red...

Background: The triumph of light over dark is a common theme in the Advent season. Christ, our true light, has come into the darkness of the...

In the time of Herod king of Judah there was a priest named Zechariah, who belonged to the priestly division of Abijah; his wife Elizabeth...

Advent is the beginning of the Christian year. While much of the world falls into flurry and fuss preparing for the year’s end, the Church...

This piece on Ordinary Time was first published in Venn’s print publication The Common, Winter 2019. We are republishing it here to help us understand...

“I looked, and there before me was one like a son of man, coming with the clouds of heaven. He approached the Ancient of Days...

Melody Cooper, John Dennison, and Donald Goodhall have collaborated to produce a three-part Pentecost offering. Here, John has written and recorded a poem on Pentecost....