Sarah Arthur shares her forthcoming book, “A Light So Lovely,” which explores Madeleine L’Engle’s complex spirituality.
Is there still any value in a humanities major? Purdue’s Case Tompkins makes his case.
In this World Cup special, Mere Orthodoxy's Jake Meador explains U.S. soccer culture's many lessons for artists.
An inspirational time for everyone, including (but not limited to!) parents and children.
An evening of tunes and tales with Canadian singer/songwriter (and frequent Malcolm Guite collaborator) Steve Bell.
Andrew Lazo will headline a magical evening at Glen Eyrie castle on one of C.S. Lewis’s most profound works of fiction.
The Anselm Society's second annual Your Imagination Redeemed conference inspired artists, pastors, and laity from around the country.
The Anselm Society is pleased to announce the release of its first album, Songs from the Shadowlands, Vol. 1.
A report from the October 14 meeting with Brian Brown.
The Anselm Society's first all-day artists' retreat will be a day of reflection, inspiration, and consecration.
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Anselm Society director Brian Brown wrote a piece for the summer 2018 issue of The Cultivating Project on the role of art and artists in spiritual formation.
Come enjoy evenings of art, of music, and of poetry, concerts by The Arcadian Wild and Matthew Clark, and our annual artists’ retreat.
The Anselm Society is pleased to make available the audio from every lecture and panel from the conference.