The God we worship is beyond our imagining, our language, our control.
As we continue to discover abuse, Pope Francis and others are rightly leading the whole Church in this corporate confession of sin.
The Catholic Church is broken in a way that only Jesus can heal. But I have a suggestion for what might help.
Episcopalians and Roman Catholics have moved closer together on opposition to the death penalty.
Five years in, Francis remains, if not a paradox, then definitely an emulsion: holding together within himself everyone’s expectations.
Do Anglican "ordinariates" in the Roman Catholic Church really manifest Anglican heritage?
The sheer improbability of an Anglican Evensong at St. Peter’s seemed to show all those present that God really is at work in our two communions.
With unclear lines of authority, can Anglicans and Roman Catholics share in the mission of the Word and kingdom of God in their respective contexts?