There is a whole wonderful realm of relational intimacy that our culture misses out on by loading all of its human-closeness eggs in the basket of specifically sexual intimacy.
Week after week, the Church’s worship in Word and sacrament binds us closer to one another, reminds us of who we are, and brings us into the transforming presence of the risen Jesus.
Behold the mystery: time must enter the tomb of the infinite before it is raised into right experience of the finite.
Fr. Matthew Olver argues that the proper position for the priest at prayer is facing the altar, facing the East.
Receiving the presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist is treated like a weekly Pill by some of us.
Bishops from across the theological spectrum engaged in substantive debate: they cited Scripture, the rubrics of the prayer book, their own ordination vows, and the Constitution and Canons, all of which were deemed relevant to the issue.