Any Anglican seminary student may submit an essay of 1,500 to 2,000 words.
By Gary G. Yerkey • Capt. John W. Schwer, an Army chaplain and Episcopal priest, rests among the dead at Brittany American Cemetery.
By Sue Careless • Christianity is doing well globally, but poorly in its former centers of glory.
For over a decade, American artist Bill Viola has been pondering the task of making two video-art altar pieces for St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission continues to build on its model of receptive ecumenism.
District Judge John P. Chupp of Ft. Worth sets hearing for December in property lawsuit.
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori to concelebrate at St. Alban’s, preach at St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford.
A 26-year-old former Muslim in western Kenya was beaten in a mosque and later arrested without charges.
“I will write … with guidance for clergy who want to officiate at same-sex marriages.”
The panel addressed how women can find balance in embodying the paradox of a servant-leader.