I can only lament yet another airing of Anglicanism’s dirty laundry: namely, the fear and anxiety of all parties regarding any settled, visible consensus around human sexuality, both within national churches and in the Anglican Communion at large.
The English church is still wrestling with the consequences of a terrible demographic, psychic, spiritual, cultural, and philosophical catastrophe.
Benedict XVI's Last Testament and a conference on his theological legacy reveal the great debt we owe to this pope.
Should Presiding Bishop Curry have been in Rome? And what does renewal look like?
St. Augustine commends prayer for all the dead, as well as burial in holy places, with monuments.
Why are liturgical gestures and gift-giving so powerful?
There is no reason for Protestants and evangelicals to be afraid of the epiclesis, the calling down of the Spirit upon the Eucharistic elements.
The texts of the ecumenical Vespers in Rome addressed the theme of grace, unity, and pastoral ministry in complex ways.