By John Wallace The present restrictions on in-person public worship for the Church of England raises serious questions about the nature of the Church as a eucharistic community. In this essay, I probe the p... Read More...
We have all received the faith from those who’ve gone before, and we are all charged with the sacred trust of passing it along, entire and intact, to those who will come after us.
We have the word of Jesus to rely upon: he and the Father are one, that the Holy Spirit will come among us, that we now have the glorious gift of calling God Our Father.
The priest shortage is only part of a larger ministry shortage, and the root is a crisis of imagination.
Our hopes for the Church do not rest on human perfection but on divine grace.
Central aspects of Cranmer’s theological agenda were pushed aside before 1600; they certainly vanished in that most globally influential rite, the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.
Calling someone “brother” or "sister" in the Church shapes how we perceive each other.