The October 27 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
By Josiah Idowu Fearon • The Archbishop of Canterbury has come to be known as a ‘focus of unity” rather than an “instrument of unity.”
By Ephraim Radner • Anglican churches are whole only as they subject themselves to one another, in the form of spousal life, as Paul writes.
By David Ney • Back to the Anglican Future was guided by what might be described as the principle of ressourcement.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • Transfiguration, Vail, relies on a shared-space model that keeps overhead down and ecumenical ties strong.
Eight change-ringing bells have found a home at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.
The Anglican Church of Southern Africa has adopted the Covenant and urged completion of pastoral-care guidelines for same-sex couples.
Review by Aaron Canty • The ability to separate the facts of Saints Francis and Clare from hagiographical aura has been very difficult.
Review by Peter Eaton • The Francis of history bears little resemblance to the Francis of later myth and spirituality.
The Bishop’s Garden at Washington National Cathedral is available to couples with disrupted wedding plans.