The May 4 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
The English minister and hymn-writer Charles Wesley has won the coveted Golden Halo in this year’s Lent Madness.
Seminary of the Southwest has completed a successful fundraising effort for a $2.5 million endowed chair in memory of J. Milton Richardson.
Lesotho’s consulate will lease 6,379 square feet on the eighth floor of the Episcopal Church Center.
By Derek Olsen • Rowan Williams speaks on “Theology as a Way of Life.”
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • The Missional Leadership Cohort for Episcopal Clergy is designed to invigorate ministries for many years.
By John Martin • Tom Hollander’s portrayal of the hapless East London vicar Adam Smallbone has achieved a cult following.
Other architects work at the edge of technology. Shigeru Ban’s frequent starting point is low-tech.
By Charles deGravelles • A conference in Oklahoma City strives to help the church’s peacemakers.
“Gay relationships in the Church of England would mean the people of South Sudan going back to their traditional religions.”