On Testimony

By Christopher Yoder I wish to say a word or two in favor of the practice of giving one’s “testimony.” That is, narrating for others how God has been at work in one’s life. It is, of course, a practice commo... Read More...

Tracing the Path to Unity

Moravians and Anglicans Ecumenical Sources Compiled by Richard J. Mammana Jr. Project Canterbury, pp. iv + 206, $19.99 Intercommunion Between the Episcopal Church and the Polish National Catholic Church ... Read More...

The End of the Liturgy

By Jonathan Mitchican  The modern Church has been consumed by fights over liturgy, many of which have been proxy battles for social or political issues. Joseph Ratzinger became a lightning rod in these debat... Read More...

Reflection on the Queen

By Chip Prehn Late one night in 1985, I was walking around the inside of Canterbury Cathedral in good company.  I was seeing that stupendous building for the first time with an American bishop who knew the p... Read More...

Love, Prayer, and Her Majesty the Queen

By Jonathan Turtle Like so many people I was deeply saddened by the recent death of the Queen but it didn’t quite hit me until I was in the pulpit on the morning of Sunday, September 11 and I reached the par... Read More...

The Scarlet Thread and the Holy Cross

By Thomas Kincaid “And men, when you get in there, remember to look for the scarlet thread.” The promised fall of Jericho had been a long time coming for Israel’s army. There had been the promise, then the sp... Read More...