With the ecumenical movement, we affirm the anthropology of the “unquiet heart,” summed up in Augustine’s prayer: “You have made us for Yourself and our heart finds no rest until it rests in You.”


Faith enacted in prayer has public, social consequences. Whether in the classroom, on local trips to Gethsemani and other spiritual destinations or across the world on one of our annual trips to explore spiritual diversity in India, we offer hands-on, collaborative experiences.