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Sep
10

Matthew S.C. Olver

Fr. Matthew S. C. Olver is the Teaching Fellow in Liturgics at Nashotah House Theological Seminary, a doctoral student at Marquette University, and assists at the Cathedral Church of All Saints in Milwaukee, WI. A priest of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, he was assistant rector at Church of the Incarnation (Dallas) from 2006-13, , where he oversaw her worship life and adult formation. A graduate of...
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...
Sep
10

Neal Michell

I began searching for a church that would meet my spiritual and intellectual needs. I found this in the church of my childhood and was confirmed at St. David’s in Austin.
Sep
10

Mark Michael

Mark Michael is the rector of Christ Church, Cooperstown, in the Episcopal Diocese of Albany.
Sep
10

Jean McCurdy Meade

The Very Rev. Dr. Jean McCurdy Meade has been the rector of Mount Olivet Episcopal-Anglican Church in New Orleans since 2002.
Sep
10

Daniel Martins

Daniel Martins is the 11th Bishop of Springfield.
Sep
10

John Mason Lock

I am priest-in-charge of Trinity Episcopal Church in Red Bank, New Jersey, a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey.
Sep
10

Douglas LeBlanc

By God’s grace I have experienced the Church through a few different streams. In my childhood my family attended an Anglo-Catholic parish. There I learned a reverence for God in several years of serving as an acolyte. Through the Jesus People of the 1970s and the charismatic renewal our family connected the gospel to our daily lives. Through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and writers including...
Sep
10

Calvin Lane

I currently serve as associate rector of St. George’s Episcopal Church in Dayton, Ohio and Affiliate Professor of Church History at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. I hold a B.A. from UNC Chapel Hill, an M.T.S. from Nashotah House, and a Ph.D. in religious studies from the University of Iowa.  In 2013 I was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (which my old mentor mockingly described as...
Sep
10

Graham Kings

Graham Kings is Bishop of Sherborne (in the Diocese of Salisbury) and a co-founder and theological secretary of Fulcrum.
Sep
10

Thomas Kincaid

A cradle Episcopalian, Thomas Kincaid serves as a priest at the Church of the Incarnation in the Diocese of Dallas.
Sep
10

Elisabeth Rain Kincaid

Elisabeth Rain Kincaid is a doctoral student in moral theology at the University of Notre Dame. She lives in La Porte, Indiana, with her husband, the Rev. Thomas Kincaid.
Sep
10

Samuel Keyes

Father Sam Keyes is a priest of the Diocese of Alabama and a doctoral student at Boston College.
Sep
10

Richard Kew

I am a priest of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee, recently retired, and after a stint in England am now returning to our home in Williamson County, Tennessee. Ordained in 1969, I was born and raised in England, but the huge God surprise was moving to the USA in 1976 where I served as parish priest, was involved in the launch of the South American Missionary Society, the early years of SPCK in the USA,...

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