“This is a defining moment in the life of the Episcopal Church, being the first formal adoption of doctrine, discipline and worship which are contrary to the unequivocal mandate of Holy Scripture, the historic Christian faith, Anglican doctrine, and the pronouncements of the four instruments of Anglican unity.”
By Lauren Anderson
Dwarfed by surrounding skyscrapers in downtown Indianapolis, Christ Church Cathedral remains the oldest building on Monument Circle, contributing to the church’s inherent sense of tradition and history.
By Victoria Heard and Jordan Hylden
General Convention’s structure has slavishly copied in ecclesial ink the politics and legislative processes of American culture.
By Derek Olsen
Presiding Officers as Partners — and Foils
By Thomas Ferguson
The missiology of the Episcopal Church’s proposed budget for 2013-15.
By Timothy E. Kimbrough
The Episcopal Church’s custodian, steward, mission source, and town hall.
By Christopher Wells
Essays in Advance of General Convention 2012
By Lawrence C. Provenzano
The bicameral system needs to be replaced with a unicameral General Convention that meets in sacred council to consider the mission of the church, its programs and budget.
By Douglas LeBlanc
Even as the proposed Anglican Communion Covenant approached its rejection by a majority of dioceses in the Church of England, three Episcopal Church bishops are sponsoring a resolution that supports a continuing Covenant discussion.
“I favor extending the blessings of the Church equally to all the members of the Church. My position departs from the tradition of the Church, and there are many who hold differing faithful and conscientious positions.”