“No sharing of Winston is complete without a funny story.”
“Even during the most controversial matters at hand, in which profound disagreements were voiced and significantly split votes resulted, both sides remained respectful and reached out to one another after all was said and done.”
In loving, faith and hope are made strong, and the human family flourishes; not just despite tragedy, but even in its very teeth.
Review by John C. Bauerschmidt
Eamon Duffy’s new book does a good job of distilling two millennia of history into a short and manageable span.
Bishop Mark Sisk: “This seems to me to be a typically oblique way for the Episcopal Church to approach a complex but important matter: indirectly.”
“It’s a unique process that is not interfaith dialogue, not traditional conflict resolution.” — Brian Cox
Bishops W. Andrew Waldo and Mark J. Lawrence reflect on the decisions of General Convention.
By Dennis Raverty
American expatriate Henry Ossawa Tanner was a realist who convincingly painted an angel.
By John Martin
After the July sessions of its General Synod in York the Church of England remains in limbo on women in the episcopate.
The plot of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 turns upon the decision to accept and preserve in safety an unborn child.