I will miss his fierce passion and determination. The Chief Gave Life To Rights. Breaking Ground officially launches on Thursday evening, June 4. She has authored two books and numerous essays in ethics, social and political philosophy, philosophy and literature, cinema, psychoanalysis, gender studies, sexuality studies, and other areas. About Cardus Cardus is a non-partisan, faith-based think tank, and registered charity dedicated to promoting a flourishing society through independent research, robust … Cardus is a think tank dedicated to the renewal of North American social architecture. See More triangle-down; Pages Media Books & Magazines Magazine Comment Magazine. When it comes to Silicon Valley, 2020 is not the great reckoning predicted in the book of Revelation, despite the fires, the plagues, and the wailing on Twitter. Pancho) was born in Mexico City and has lived in the United States since 1997. Anne Snyder is the editor-in-chief of Comment magazine, a publication of Cardus, and the creator and host of Breaking Ground. All content on Breaking Ground—whether original or curated—is motivated by the following three needs: This is at heart a rethinking project aimed at community-building, one that seeks to offer a creative lens borne out of two thousand years of Christian social thought and the witness it has inspired time and again. Jubilee. Christian Courier connected with Beth Green, Cardus Education’s Program Director, who highlighted what she considered to be two key aspects of this ground-breaking research. What does it require to live well together? ... Cardus. Cardus (root: cardo) is a think tank dedicated to the renewal of North American social architecture. We’re building the ship as we’re sailing it. Learn more. Welcome to Breaking Ground. Ramachandra Guha is less prone to ecstasies than Cardus, but the delight of cricket went into his mind at a very young age as well. Whether by preserving historic landmarks or developing innovative new buildings, collaborating with partners or acting on our own, we create housing that is safe, affordable, and an asset to the surrounding community. In a founding partnership with Plough Quarterly and The Davenant Institute, Comment has created Breaking Ground, a collaborative web commons dedicated to precisely these three questions. These are deeply disorienting times. Breaking Ground’s commitment to ending homelessness is brought to life through the buildings we own and manage. I remember saving up money to eat at Tabla in college. Breaking Ground convenes world-class scholars and seasoned practitioners, artists and pastors, community weavers and those made resilient by long-standing struggle to contribute original essays and participate in our podcast and virtual events. In addition, most of our buildings offers a wide array of on-site support services, recreational activities, and amenities. cardus.ca Breaking Ground for a World Renewed: A Beginning The COVID-19 pandemic is provoking more and more people to rethink their lives, vocations, and the underlying norms and structures of a healthy society. Please join us for a kick-off event at 7 PM with renowned philosopher Candace Vogler of the University of Chicago, Pancho Argüelles of the Living Hope Wheelchair Association, and writer and pastor Dante Stewart. 216 likes. Small Apocalypses. Learn more about our in … Canada’s political amnesia leaves Prime Minister John Diefenbaker almost forgotten. It’s never easy to imagine new wineskins, to say nothing of stitching and sewing them. Chasing Cardus: Saga of a treasure hunt across England — Part 3 of 4 Chasing Cardus: Saga of a treasure hunt across England — Part 3 of 4 The … Books & Culture. Breaking Ground. There is a new, pandemic-inspired social realization that we need a reset, one shaped by (1) a sober-minded, clear-eyed view of the present, (2) a discerning, rigorous study of the past, and (3) a pragmatic yet creative reimagining of the future as we face it together and build anew. In a founding partnership with Plough Quarterly and The Davenant Institute, we’ve worked to create a space where the sacred lens might influence the wider conversation, where the painfully fragmented body of Christ might come together in shared love and urgent calling, and where the ecumenical church with all her scars might be better resourced to lead—in service, sacrifice, and solidarity. Many of us are losing loved ones and livelihoods—to COVID-19, to racial violence and injustice. Anne Snyder is the editor-in-chief of Comment magazine, a publication of Cardus, and the creator and host of Breaking Ground.