The work of all Episcopal schools together contributes to God’s commission to restore all people to unity with him and each other in Jesus (“Catechism,” 1979 BCP, p. 855).
The proclamation of Christ through our liturgical rites should be the raison d’être of BCP revision.
Many conservatives have been made to feel that their stance is “despicable” and that there is inconsistent application of our church’s best-known invitation, “The Episcopal Church Welcomes You.”
The proclamation of Jesus Christ is as important now as it has ever been.
Has Anglo-Catholicism appealed to black Episcopalians?
Jesus speaks and acts with authority because his words and actions are those of God, because he is God.
Grace — that is what Rite I communicates. Its Comfortable Words confirm it.
Why could Carpenter not see that the time for social change was then and immediate, not gradual and worked out over time?