El Camino de Emaús

Una lectura eco-teo-lógica Uno de los temas de la Lambeth Conference de este verano es la ecología. Hemos invitado a los autores a reflexionar sobre lo que esperan que los obispos tomen en serio y tengan en c... Read More...

Confessions of a Penitential Orderer

By Matthew S. C. Olver I despise the Penitential Order. Scratch that. I actually have come to think that the so-called Penitential Order in the 1979 BCP is theologically and ritually preferable. I just hate ... Read More...

The Scouring of the White Horse

By Christopher Yoder   On a hill in the Berkshire Downs in southern England, there is an enormous, abstract figure of a horse cut into chalk. The white lines of the chalk horse stand out sharply from the sur... Read More...

Easter and the Asceticism of Festivity

By Timothy O’Malley If you are friends with clergy or other pastoral workers, the first days of Easter are a time of catching one’s breath. Yes, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil require a g... Read More...

The Great Burning

The Necessity of Reconciliation Between the Church and Indigenous Communities for Ecological and Relational Healing One of the themes for this summer’s Lambeth Conference is ecology. We have invited authors to... Read More...

Science, Faith, and the Pandemic

By Charlie Clauss A current story line, hyped by many, is the stance of conservative Christians towards the COVID-19 pandemic. This has played out as opposition to mask mandates and hesitancy toward, if not ... Read More...

Should We Beatify the Queen?

By David Goodhew Should we beatify Queen Elizabeth II? The idea is utterly mad. For one thing, the Queen would be appalled by such a conceit. For another, beatification is not how Anglicans do things. Mor... Read More...