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Feb
9

Quo vadis? The primates, the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion

Quo vadis? The primates, the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion Do the primates have the legislative authority to make such a pronouncement? No. But our bond and common identity as Anglicans is not governed by law but by the grace of relationships.
Nov
6

New TEC statistics: what do these numbers say?

New TEC statistics: what do these numbers say? It is clear that our membership losses continue to be consistent and chronic. There has thus far been no leveling off. The numbers also suggest that we are losing fewer people to dioceses departing than we are to people exiting their local Episcopal church.
Jul
16

Reflections on worship at GC

Reflections on worship at GC 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.
Nov
26

C.S. Lewis, my spiritual conductor

C.S. Lewis, my spiritual conductor November 22 was the day we remembered C.S. Lewis in the Episcopal Church calendar. To honor him, I decided to write of his influence on me.
Sep
19

A Great Cloud of Witnesses—a step forward

A Great Cloud of Witnesses—a step forward The Calendar Subcommittee of the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music has published a report on its continuing work on the calendar. It is to be commended for its efforts. But what ongoing recommendations do I have?
Sep
10

Neal Michell

The Very Rev. Neal Michell is the Dean of St. Matthew's Cathedral in Dallas, Texas. He is the first native Texas-born Dean of St. Matthew's (in over 155 years) and one of three men at the cathedral who regularly wears a Panama hat

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