Daily Prayer: The App We Need Right Now

By Ben Christenson In 2018, I went on a trip with my fellow students to Canterbury Cathedral. For us stateside Anglicans, the Church of England holds a unique place. It is not a dogmatic seat of authority li... Read More...

Flashback Friday: On the Invitatory

A hallmark of the Anglican liturgical tradition is its recovery of the daily office as a regular feature of the church's liturgical life, not just the province of clergy and religious. Of course it's more co... Read More...

The Mirror of the Psalms

By Bryan Owen Every once in a while, we hear words from a psalm in our corporate worship that trouble or shock us. It’s pretty rare that this happens in the eucharistic lectionary appointed for Sundays. But since the Daily Office lectionary gets around to t... Read More...

Reclaiming time

“Seven times a day do I praise thee; because of thy righteous judgments”, sang the Psalmist. In an age when the motion of the clock seems increasingly without form and void, ordering time according to the rhythms of grace is a subversive act.