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Jul
6

Praying off-center with W.H. Auden

Praying off-center with W.H. Auden I may not solve the world’s problems, but I can pray if I am attentive and open to interruptions.
May
3

The way of the pilgrim: further reflections on Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups

The way of the pilgrim: further reflections on Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups The fragmented nature of Knight of Cups is itself a reflection of the protagonist’s fragmented life.
Jan
12

How to read the Bible in church: 7 tips

How to read the Bible in church: 7 tips The way we read the Bible in church is a reflection of how seriously we take the Bible in the life of the Church.
Sep
25

Whoever welcomes one child

Whoever welcomes one child The greatest crisis in the Episcopal Church has nothing to do with human sexuality or BCP revision or "restructuring." If anything is going to sink our ship, it’s this: children (or lack thereof).
May
20

St. Blasé’s welcomes you!

St. Blasé’s welcomes you! An interview In which an everyday journalist meets a typical Episcopal parish, in all its love for the blessing of animals and the "hypothetical Buddhists" down the street.
Mar
25

Let’s be logical

Let’s be logical Anglicans pride themselves on being educated and intellectual, but I'm afraid we're no more rational or logical than any other branch of the Church.
Jan
13

Feed the children

Feed the children When the words “controversy” and “the Episcopal Church” are combined, they almost inevitably lead to the topic of human sexuality. While this is understandable, it obscures the fact that there are other, less headline-grabbing debates going on within our beloved church. One that keeps popping up among my friends, particularly those with young children, is the issue of infant communion. Having...
Nov
10

The not-so-reverend Reverend

The not-so-reverend Reverend Some of us need to be reminded that, while the Church is indeed a divine institution, it can oftentimes be all too human.
Sep
10

Curiosity’s children

Curiosity’s children I wonder if the unencumbered thirst for knowledge that is so glorified in our culture has brought with it an inclination towards vice, or a particular kind of vice, that might otherwise go under the radar.
Sep
10

Stewart Clem

Fr. Stewart Clem is a doctoral candidate in theology at the University of Notre Dame.

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