A pastor is called according to the ministry of Jesus himself, who gave up his life for the world.
Winning accolades or recognition doesn’t leave us satisfied, but leaves us wanting more.
We love the ease and convenience technology gives us, but we have traded something precious in embracing the next iGadget.
People have a propensity to seek and attend churches that match their political convictions.
How is one supposed to understand Fr. Rodrigues in Martin Scorsese's film?
Has the Episcopal Church developed a more profound focus on the adoration of God, a renewed commitment to justice work grounded in the Incarnation, or a sense of Anglican identity across the real and painful conflicts that have come to define us?
The work of the Church must belong to the body of Christ, which is much, much more than the bodies of the priested.
Every so often I come across a text that does for me what reading Cicero did for Augustine: it changes the way I pray. I’ve found one such text in Bernard of Clairvaux’s On Loving God.