By Jake Dell
The challenge for churches is to move from maintenance to growth.
By Jake Dell
A poem for Christmas by the Rt. Rev. Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne
Interview by Richard Mammana, Jr.
“I look to people like the Anglo-Catholic priests of the late 19th and early 20th centuries who were working in cities.”
Review by Leonard Freeman
James Bond is indeed back, but with a power and depth unusual in the series till now.
By Douglas LeBlanc
Dorsey McConnell felt some anxiety Oct. 20 when donning a costume for a skit during his ordination and consecration as a bishop.
Three thousand people, including several archbishops from across the Anglican Communion, attend the ceremony.
By Fleming Rutledge
Christian ministry means living with the anguish and the inexplicability of this mortal life, not reaching too quickly for easy answers.
By Gary G. Yerkey
The dean of Washington National Cathedral vowed Dec. 16 to make the cathedral the “focal point” of gun-control efforts.
The bishops of Connecticut: “We hold the victims, their families, and all who are affected by the shooting in our thoughts and prayers for healing and strength.”
By Ken Chitwood
St. Martin’s Church in Houston, the largest congregation of the Episcopal Church, at 8,600 members, dedicated two new facilities Dec. 2.