Looking to Covenant’s Future

By Jeff Boldt Last week, several of my fellow contributors engaged in a public-facing roundtable discussion about the reasons they write for Covenant. Reading their engaging accounts got me to thinking about... Read More...

Gift of God, or Invention of the Antichrist?

Church of the Ever Greater God: The Ecclesiology of Erich Pryzwara By Aaron Pidel Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2020, pp. 324, $60. Review by Shaun Blanchard Fr. Aaron Pidel’s monograph on the German Jesuit Erich Pryzwara (1889-1972) ... Read More...

Socialism for Tractarians and Ritualists

By Zachary Guiliano Recently, I found myself delighted and slightly disgruntled by the appearance of an essay by Tony Hunt, “To the Sources: A Study in Anglican Socialism.” The reasons for my delight may be ... Read More...

A Tale of Two Popes

By Matt Boulter Anyone who remembers Shadowlands, the classic 1993 film about C. S. Lewis, knows that Anthony Hopkins has an uncanny knack for portraying Christian intellectuals who are struggling through an... Read More...

ARCIC III, Walking Together on the Way: Learning to Be the Church—Local, Regional, Universal

ARCIC III is convinced that, just as a return to the sources of tradition in Scripture, liturgy, and the Patristic and Scholastic periods (ressourcement) has been renewing both Anglican and Roman Catholic theology since the middle of the last century, so critical self-examination through the prism of ecumenical dialogue and receptive learning can deepen the renewal and participation of the Church in the Trinitarian communion of God.

Liturgy and Individualism

For Anglicanism to survive another century, it must create a cohesive understanding of what it means to be Anglican.

Theology, Tradition, and Retrieval

“Theology always begins already in the middle.” It responds to the revelation of God, and it does so in particular times and places.