Scholastic Ecumenism

By David Hein In today’s world, all Anglican and Episcopal primary and secondary schools must negotiate the inclines, dips, and turns of multilane academic highways. Families have many options to choose from... Read More...

Concerning the “Virtuous Pagan”

Every year The Living Church's student essay contest draws several excellent submissions. The first-place essay will be published in the October issue of The Living Church magazine, but several other essays wer... Read More...

Mercy First, Then Forgiveness

By Chip Prehn The more one knows, the more one’s mercy grows. He who knows all things is the most merciful of all. Lately the Sunday lessons from Holy Scripture appear to teach the same doctrine, whether the text is from the Old Testament or the New: our he... Read More...

 Audrey Hepburn and Temperance

This is the sixth post in a series in which I explore what classic film actresses in iconic roles can teach us — and, more particularly, teach my now two fast-growing daughters — about the seven classic virtues... Read More...

Myrna Loy and Charity: The Thin Man

This is the fifth post in a series in which I explore what classic film actresses in iconic roles can teach us — and, more particularly, my fast-growing daughter — about the seven classic virtues. These posts follow the order of the virtues that Dante encounte... Read More...

Hope as the World Is Ending

By Jonathan Mitchican Life in the time of coronavirus is hard.The battle that the human race now wages against this pandemic is beyond anything known in our lifetime. Many people have described it as apocaly... Read More...

Cultivating Hope

By Daniel Martins The coronavirus lockdown has affected different people in many different ways. When I am tempted to feel sorry for myself, I am brought up short by the recollection of those whose lives hav... Read More...