Arcadia and the Western Imagination

Artist in Residence Yogan Muller reflects on the "tipping points" and "focal points" that have inspired his work as a photographer and a scholar.

Letter from Tokyo

In this post Sr. Teruko Ito, MM offers a brief reflection on the coronavirus, Mother Earth, and what the blooming cherry blossoms might be able to teach us.

Our Mother Earth

Ronald Phipps generously shared this poem with us, in honor of our Common Home, our Mother Earth, on Mother's Day.

Join Me for EXPEDITION: Pando!

"This place leaves a mark on your soul." says Pando's design strategist Marc O'Brien "You take something back with you after every visit." That's why he's going back this May.

Circle Dance of Oneness

This prayer was recently offered up at a meeting of the leadership of the Western Region of Maryknoll Sisters during their conference and retreat in Monrovia, CA.

The Futility of Symbolic Environmentalism

Like offering a band-aid for a bullet wound, Michael Goldberg argues that individual lifestyle changes may be little more than moral signifiers in the fight against climate change. For Goldberg such symbolic gestures are out of their depth when faced with the mounting material concerns of a global disaster.

Can God Stop Climate Change Singlehandedly?

According to theologian Tom Oord, we need a revolution. One that isn't just social and political, but is spiritual and religious as well. One that believes creation and all creatures are intrinsically valuable.

Public Radio Explores Hidden Connections

Paul Rogers recently sat down with Utah Public Radio’s “Undisciplined” host, Matthew LaPlante, and inorganic chemist, Lisa Berreato, to weigh in on some potential connections between the Pando forest and inorganic chemistry. An interesting conversation emerged.