A nominee by petition has withdrawn from the slate for bishop suffragan of New York.
Austin Rickel: “Compline is proof that we are spiritual in this region.”
By Gary G. Yerkey • Bishop Michael Curry calls racism an addiction that “harms the children of God.”
By Patrick Malloy • Those with no actual religious affiliation stand in a long line of similar Americans.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • Television reporter Judith Valente’s first visit to Mount St. Scholastica Monastery in Atchison, Kansas, was supposed to be a routine speaking gig at a retreat center.
The Nov. 24 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
New Westminster nominees include two U.S. natives, a British-Canadian serving in Massachusetts, and a priest from New Zealand.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • “An old church has the feeling of a place where God has met his people for a long time.”
Edward S. Gleason led Forward Movement into the early days of the digital transformation.
By Randall Balmer • Fr. Stanley White detected in Matthew Fox the same blend of mysticism and Pentecostal fervor that he sought to emulate.