Good students
In G. Douglass Lewis’s final column as interim president of In Trust, he suggests that seminaries must continue to change to attract and educate students who no longer fit yesterday’s religious mold.
Leaders learning to love
Contributing editor Melinda R. Heppe writes that truly loving a community requires truly knowing it — from more than one angle.
Why theological education?
You put hard work, time, and treasure into advancing theological education. Here's why it's worth it.
Trusteeship as ministry
This summer, trustees of Franciscan colleges gathered to discuss how board work is God’s work. In Trust talked to two of the conference organizers to learn more.
An interview with Sister Margaret Carney and Father John O’Connor.

Other Issues


Changing scenes 1 Articles
Feature articles 3 Articles
Interview 2 Articles
Perspective 1 Articles
Spirit matters 1 Articles
Tool box 1 Articles
Viewpoint 1 Articles

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