We live in the midst of a season of forgetting, a time when the discipline of memory seems too troublesome, too unfashionable, too anachronistic in a time seduced by the new.
90 years ago today, the nations outlawed war.
The lesson of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which shocked the world into a consciousness of its peril, has largely been overlaid with time and forgotten
The English church is still wrestling with the consequences of a terrible demographic, psychic, spiritual, cultural, and philosophical catastrophe.
In 1946, Bishop William Lawrence wrote a human interest story on conscientious objectors to war.
This editorial, written by TLC editor Clifford P. Morehouse (1904-77), addresses the responsibility of the Episcopal Church to a substantial population of new residents of the United States in the wake of the Second World War.