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Oct
9

My son’s autism is making me holy (and I hate it)

Our lives center around my son’s autism. It is the compass that keeps us ever pointing away from ourselves and towards some unknown horizon.
Aug
21

Christian discipline

Christian discipline Culturally speaking, the word discipline brings to mind notions of strictness and censure, but the discipline of following Christ is not primarily about following rules.
Jul
7

Anglicans and confession

You can confess to an Anglican priest.
Feb
1

Learning new ecclesial languages

It is not easy to be immersed in other Christian traditions, but it might just heal the Church.
Aug
1

Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones

How worship with the saints reflects to us the image of God
Sep
10

Jonathan Mitchican

I am a priest serving in the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania. I blog at The Conciliar Anglican, where I write about classical Anglicanism and answer questions that people have about the faith. I have the rare distinction of believing that Anglicanism actually is something, that it is not just a placeholder but in fact the Catholic faith carried down to us through the centuries by the great saints of the...

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