TLC Archive 2010

Daniel Sylvester Tuttle - May 30, 2010

4 Louisiana Welcomes 11th Bishop
In a pre-consecration interview with The Advocate in Baton Rouge, Thompson said he wants to deepen the spiritual focus of the diocese. “I want to call us into a prayer life so we can begin to be intentional about our relationship with Jesus,” he said. “Until we have that kind of relationship with Jesus that we depend upon, then everything else is just our own opinion.”

Pentecost - May 23, 2010

4 Bishop Bennison Makes His Final Appeal
Sitting in a church basement May 4, the Rt. Rev. Charles E. Bennison, Jr., faced his last chance at acquittal by a court of the Episcopal Church.

6 The Work of the Soul Heals the Church
By John Backman
You might not expect a deputy from a liberal parish to look forward to the Diocese of Albany’s annual convention. … Yet I do, and not just to represent my parish. I go in order to talk with those on the “other side” and, I hope, to build bridges.

Liturgical Arts Issue - May 16, 2010

5 Priest Serving in Rome Elected Bishop of Rio Grande
The Diocese of the Rio Grande has elected the Rev. Dr. Michael Louis Vono, rector of St. Paul’s Within the Walls, Rome, as its ninth bishop. Vono, 61, was ordained to the priesthood in 1977 and has served at St. Paul’s since 1992.

‘Covenant for the People, Light for the Nations’ - May 9, 2010

4 Connecticut Consecration Stresses International Mission
The consecration service for the Rev. Dr. Ian T. Douglas as 15th Bishop of Connecticut reflected his longtime emphases on God’s mission and on reconciliation. The 2,100 people who attended the April 17 service at Trinity College, Hartford, heard the Most Rev. Desmond Tutu, retired Archbishop of Cape Town, preach that Bishop Douglas should take the gospel to all people.

Spring Book & Music Issue - May 2, 2010

4 Bishop Nominee Writes of Civil Marriage
In the Diocese of Utah’s 37-page profile of four nominees, the Rev. Canon Michael L. Barlowe wrote directly about Paul Burrows, his partner of 28 years: “In the summer of 1982, while an intern in an inner-city parish in South London, I met Paul Burrows, an English priest, and fell in love.”

Walking to Emmaus: Meeting the Risen Christ in the Eucharist - April 25, 2010

4 Studying the Shroud as a ‘Strange Icon’
5 Springfield: Conservative but Unpredictable

Catholic voices
10 Case Not Closed:
Those Who Would Redefine Marriage Have More Work to Do
By Philip W. Turner III

6 Walking to Emmaus:
Meeting the Risen Christ
in the Eucharist
Part 1
By Leander S. Harding

other departments
13 Sunday’s Readings
14 Letters to the Editor
15 People & Places

Theological Education for the Whole Church - April 18, 2010

4 St. Andrew’s Church Leaves Diocese of South Carolina

8 Leading Educators Speak Out
Theological Education for the Whole Church

18 Making Anglican Classics More Accessible
Law and Revelation
The Truth-Seeking Heart
Happiness and Holiness
By Benjamin Guyer

Cæli enarrant
21 Catholicism, Part 5
By Christopher Wells

Now What? - April 11, 2010

4 Bishops Stay Busy at Camp Allen

catholic voices
6 Editorial: Canonically Permissible Graciousness


7 Communion Partners on Bishop-elect Glasspool

8 Concern for Progress

9 A Communion-wide Issue

10 Trust the Communion’s Common Mind

other departments

12 Sunday’s Readings

13 Letters to the Editor

15 People & Places

Travel Issue - April 4, 2010

4 Liturgist: Don’t Lose ‘Balanced Eucharistic Piety’

5 Canon Glasspool Wins Consents

8 The Saints of Canterbury
By Joseph Britton

review essay
11 Lessons from the Past, 100 Years Later
By George Sumner

14 Anglicans Against Apartheid, 1936-1996
and Religion and Politics in Kenya
By Richard J. Mammana, Jr.

Cæli enarrant
15 Catholicism, Part 4: Covenant
By Christopher Wells

Naming God - March 28, 2010

4 Letters Discuss Consents for Canon Glasspool

6 Naming God: A Sermon
By Stanley Hauerwas

9 Doing Justice to Just War Thinking
By Jordan Hylden

other departments

12 Sunday’s Readings

12 Letters to the Editor

15 People & Places