The Anselm Society invites visual artists to submit proposals for entries for a special curated gallery display on April 27-28, 2018.
Kristopher Orr’s “Western Wind” is a call to the Church to remember her name.
Tips from Brian Brown from the Anselm Society's recent Storytelling night.
Charles Dickens, a journalist, and a future father reflect on truth, imagination, and Christmas.
A gem from Anthony Esolen on the breathtaking nature of the beauty that is the redeemed imagination.
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.
Your membership will power thrilling things for 2018-19, and opens you up to a spectacular array of benefits.
The Anselm Society is pleased to announce its fall and winter retreats, workshops, gatherings, and pub nights for the fall and winter.
This is a call to storytellers. All art forms, all ages. Come and share your craft.
Anselm director Brian Brown recently wrote a letter to the Anselm leadership team, which he gave permission to the Cultivating Project to publish.
Goodness in literature is so often boring, but not with Tolkien.
Malcolm Guite reflects on stringing, George Herbert, and getting in tune.
An interview with Brian Brown on Vernacular Podcast.
Follow the story of an American pastor whose desire to change the world grinds to a halt in a Scottish parish. Join Eugene Peterson, N. T. Wright and Granny Wallace on a pilgrimage to being known in your own backyard.
Cherl Chastain at the Rabbit Room shows how community helps move past stereotypes and limited experiences.
Michael Hanby at the Eliot Society
Ken Myers at the Eliot Society
Anthony Esolen: Sometimes a single encounter with what is healthy and ordinary is enough to shake you out of the bad dreams of disease and confusion.
Roger Scruton: The life of the mind is a lifelong recreation, a re-creation of reality, and a way of belonging.