The October 5 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
A restructuring project of the Church in Wales looks six years ahead.
The Scottish independence debate has generated profound questioning and unsettlement far beyond Scotland.
Andrew Goddard: “Things cannot and should not ever be the same again for Scotland or the rest of the United Kingdom.”
Panel discussions will focus on “Civil discourse and faith” and “Civil discourse in politics and policy.”
Bishop Greg Rickel: “[T]here is no doubt we should go, more often, and learn, and then share. We will do that here.”
“When [clergy] become doubtful about the truth of the gospel, they will tend to replace it by other ‘causes.’”
Abp. Welby: “Our calling to be faithful to our Christian task of peacemaking, of being agents of peace, has become acute.”
The Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music asks for responses to its proposed approach to commemorations.
By Peggy Eastman • The vicar of Baghdad: “The Lord is here, and he has never left us, even in our time of great trial.”