A Tale of Two Ecclesiologies

By John Bauerschmidt The connection between ecumenism and ecclesiology is fairly straightforward: when we consider the question of the unity of the Church, we are quickly brought up against our understanding... Read More...

Scholastic Ecumenism

By David Hein In today’s world, all Anglican and Episcopal primary and secondary schools must negotiate the inclines, dips, and turns of multilane academic highways. Families have many options to choose from... Read More...

Ecumenical Anglicanism for the Coming Decade

Editorial Lambeth Conference 2022 should be most memorable for its principled and strategic employing of an ecumenical lexicon for Anglican life together. Archbishop Welby deserves high marks for his sustained welcome to the voices of other Christians — Ort... Read More...

In the Shadow of the Cross

By Neil Dhingra Imagine two friends, one Protestant and the other Catholic. Perhaps they first met in a university History of the Reformation course, much like the version I once took, which, even in a secul... Read More...

Roman Pilgrimage and the Gift of Unity

In January 2022, Nashotah House Theological Seminary and the Living Church Institute co-hosted an ecumenical pilgrimage to Rome, which doubled as a graduate course: Christian Unity in Rome: Anglican Ecclesiology and Ecumenism. Students from Nashotah House and ... Read More...

No Garden Left Behind

By Tom Smith I recently read Wesley Hill’s essay on why he contributes to the Covenant blog and remains an Episcopalian. He takes the position that the search for a pure Church is misguided and bound for fru... Read More...