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- 123 Psaltery & Lyre: “Agricola Dreams of Flying” by J. Rose Lara
- 122 Psaltery & Lyre: “Communion: a love poem (a villanelle)” by Rachel Bollinger
- Book Review: Philip Metres’s Sand Opera
- 121 Psaltery & Lyre: Rachael Matthews, “Horsehead Nebula”
- Book Review: Monica Ong’s Silent Anatomies
- 120 Psaltery & Lyre: Rachael Matthews, “Return, pt. III” and “Gaia”
- Book Review: Claudia Rankine’s Don’t Let Me Be Lonely
- Book Review: Matthea Harvey, If the Tabloids Are True What Are You?
- Book Review: Lotería Cards and Fortune Poems: A Book of Lives
- 119 Psaltery & Lyre: Matthew LaBrot, “St. Francis River”
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Church Hop Archive
Leaves are changing color. Summer is ending. What started as a short season of church hopping will almost certainly continue, although this will be our last post.
35 minutes of complete silence, followed by 25 minutes of what we would call “testimony meeting,” but without all the “I knows.”
Even though the Community of Christ is something of a distant LDS cousin, the service felt nothing at all like an LDS service.
“Most conversion stories begin with the person having questions for which the Church is able to provide answers. His began with questions for which the Church does not provide satisfactory...
“[T]his church’s main emphasis seems to be community and fellowship.”
When my wife suggested that we try the Episcopal Church, I immediately started singing “I’m Henry the Eighth, I Am.” . . . [A]ll I could think was, “Isn’t that...
“My husband and I have landed on the idea that we will try out different churches for the summer and see what happens. We’re not saying we’re leaving Mormonism; we’re...