Here is Isaac’s Fear revealed; here is Jacob’s ladder stretched out; here the prince of this world looks on, agape.
Porter Taylor: Liturgical time is thick. It is different. It is new. And it is utterly real. Our experience with and encounter of the living God through the sacrament of sacraments is the pinnacle of the Church’s worship.
Incense may not be a hill worth dying on, but it is at least a hill worth strategizing for. It is a shot to the gut of comfortable, consumer-friendly religion.
Week after week, the Church’s worship in Word and sacrament binds us closer to one another, reminds us of who we are, and brings us into the transforming presence of the risen Jesus.
John Mason Lock writes on the "journey through time and space" in Rite I's intercessions.
Quite a lot has been written on the legislation from the most recent General Convention. What tends to get overlooked is the quality of daily worship.
If the Church loses its grasp on meaning and hope, what do we have to give to the world?