The Rev. Ephraim Radner writes of “intimidation and vindictive behavior” in Fort Worth case.
“The Anglican Communion transcends national identities at the same time that its life must be expressed through the many particular cultures of the communion.”
By John Martin
Tweeting his thoughts was just one of many personal touches of the Anglican Communion’s new primus inter pares.
“There can be no final justice, or security, or love, or hope in our society if it is not finally based on rootedness in Christ.”
For the millions of Anglicans unable to attend the Archbishop of Canterbury’s inauguration service in person, the web will help make the service accessible.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald, TLC Correspondent
Roman Catholics and Episcopalians in Virginia Beach worship together but receive but Communion separately.
The Diocese of Western Michigan has announced two women and one man as nominees to become its ninth bishop.
Yair Rosenberg writes that the theocratic impulse appears across the political spectrum.
Rob Bell, a leading author in the emergent movement and former pastor of Mars Hill Bible Church, has endorsed same-sex marriage.
The Episcopal Church is accepting nominations through April 10 for its lay representative on the Anglican Consultative Council.