National and diocesan bureaucracies and expenses seem never to mirror numerically declining constituencies.
Essays & Reviews
Giving Shape to an Ecumenical Church • By Darren E. Dahl
The crises that have battered the Anglican Communion have been complicated by differences of ecclesiology.
Bishop Benhase: Executive Council’s proposal will result in “further guilt, blaming, and resentments.”
“Our guidelines are woefully inadequate and naïve” on substance abuse and addiction.
New Canterbury Trail Anglicans need to be more than “not fundamentalists” or “not Southern Baptists.”
Director Christopher Smith’s 17-year odyssey to set John Newton’s life to music.
Why teenagers might connect with the acclaimed 18th-century man of letters. • By David Hein
TLC material from early 1942 describes the effects of wartime rationing on parish life in the Episcopal Church.
Joseph’s fondest memory of the journey was that Mary sang almost all the way home.