Dr. Carl Daw, Jr. of the Boston University School of Theology explains how children can give new hymns a head start in finding their way into the hearts and voices of congregations.
Chaplain (COL) Janet Horton, USA (Ret), answers a question about how religious ministry in the United States Armed Forces fits with the principle of separation of church and state.
Louisa May Alcott’s father, the philosopher Bronson Alcott, devised his own approach to education, which he experiment with in a school he created and with his own family. At the Temple School, he worked with great female minds and innovators of the 19th century, including Margaret Fuller and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody. Includes excerpts from “Marmee and Louisa” by Eve LaPlante
Peter Sellars speaks of the redemptive power of Bach’s music as part of his keynote address, “The Call of Culture,” given at The Mary Baker Eddy Library’s tenth-anniversary celebration.
Director Peter Sellars on the architecture of Greek theatre, and the healing capacity of space designed to embrace and respect all sectors of society.