To kick off Holy Week, read the description of early Christian paschal practices in Jerusalem from the 4th century pilgrim Egeria.
Christian Smith has a long essay in First Things discussing whether human beings are naturally religious, arguing that every person has the capacity for religiosity.
Katie Boone maintains that Christians need to consider mundane activities as legitimate vocations, arguing that “Christians talk of call the same way a teenage girl gushes about true love. We pine and rely upon it to give meaning to our lives. We buy into the falsehood that there is one true call for each of us. If only we can get there, and only there, we will truly be who God made us to be.”