Home The Penn Epistle is a Christian journal at the University of Pennsylvania dedicated to sharing the words of Christ’s followers. We accept all students at Penn and encourage you to explore what it means to be Christian through our pages. this month’s posts Community These earthly things There is no questioning the fact that the world has a lot to offer, but these earthly things won’t last. by Ruth Oyerokun July 28, 2023 Community A runner’s high When I run, my soul finds its homecoming. by Stanley Liu July 10, 2023 older posts Community Do not give up on godly habits Godly habits can be hard to start and maintain, but do not give up, my fellow sibling in Christ, because it will bear fruit in your life and the lives of your communities when you keep going! by Anila Russell-Hall August 27, 2023 Truth On the blessed mother The object of the Christian life is growing in relationship with the Triune God. We see this perfect model in the Blessed Virgin Mary: the Daughter of God the Father, Mother of God the Son, and Spouse of God the Holy Spirit. by Sid Kanderi June 9, 2023 Community A fasting diary Fasting is a practice that draws us closer to Him, and I hope you are encouraged by this diary to incorporate it more into your walk. by The Penn Epistle May 4, 2023May 8, 2023 Praise Seventh Song of Hillel It is certain that the conqueror shall not come out unscathed by Hillel March 31, 2023 Community Living peaceably with all in the face of division A fallen politician has inspired a global religious peace project, but how are Christians called to participate in interfaith cooperation? by Caitlin Evans March 31, 2023March 31, 2023 Truth On the Priesthood and the Holy Sacrifice “Do this in remembrance of me” (Luke 22:19). To modern English readers, the notion of priesthood may seem foreign, but to ancient Jewish ears, the sacrificial undertones would have been clear. by Sid Kanderi March 31, 2023 Subscribe to the Penn Epistle & check out our Instagram!