This week: the beauty of public liturgy, the "personal shape" of ecumenism, and the world as narrative and symphony.
The search for attaining a faithful understanding of Scripture begins by assenting to its authority.
Mine would have been a thoroughly secular life, if it had been left to the anemic liberal Anglicanism of the parish church in my hometown, or the chapel of my English boarding school.
When I look at my cross from Ascot Priory, I thank God for those nuns whose prayers sustain the work I do.
What does it mean to be an Episcopalian anyway? We are onto important questions in the midst of our divisions. Our differences nowadays take on global dimensions. On other matters, churches all around the world seem to have similar prospects and struggles i... Read More...