The cover photo is by Chrissie Knight. It's a hinge. A
strong hinge that someone saw fit to adorn with found, delicate
beauty--a flower. It holds the door to St. Columba's
six-sided stone chapel at the Columcille Megalith Park (founded
by William H. Cohea Jr., PTS Class of 1952) in Bangor,
Pennsylvania. The door might as well be the door opening to
anything in your life. Life - with its strong, wrought
support and its found beauty. Doors - opening to the Spirit's
unyielding hope and new life.
a Right Spirit
Stories in this
feature focus on Christian spirituality and how it can be a resource
in the Christian life.
For Such a Time As This: PTS Campus Community Responds to September 11
For students, faculty, and staff members, the first term of the 2001 academic year was like no other.
by Barbara Chaapel and Erika Marksbury
Windows on a Shattered World
In the wake of the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania, PTS alumni/ae who were closely involved reflect on their experience and on the meaning of the tragedy. by nineteen PTS
ďA Witness to the TruthĒ: Martin Luther King Jr.ís Eulogy for PTS alum James J. Reeb
Excerpts from Martin Luther King Jr.ís eulogy for PTS alum James Reeb, martyred in 1965, offer a timely reminder of the costs of peace and justice.