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Canterbury Cathedral Offers Same-sex Blessings

The dean and the cathedral’s governing chapel approved these blessings unanimously, and consulted with the Archbishop of Canterbury and Bishop Rose Hudson-Wilkin of Dover.

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Forgiving

Daily Devotional • June 20 A Reading from Matthew 18:...

Welcome to Louisville!

Here are several sightseeing recommendations not too far from the Kentucky International Convention Center at the corner of 4th and Jefferson Streets.

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The Storm (Pentecost 5, Year B)

Men who ply their trade in deep waters know that wisdom includes a prudent dose of fear. Moreover, as pious Jews, these men know only one God, who makes the storm and subdues it.

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GSFA, ACNA, and the Future of Conservative Anglicanism

The impulse to communion, the desire “to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace,” is etched deeply into Anglicans’ life. We may talk like evangelicals, but we usually end up acting like Catholics.

Life, Liturgy, and Live Music with Leila Way and Ryan Flanigan

Episode 127 • 13th June 2024 • The Living Church Podcast • The Living Church Today we've got live music in the studio, reminding us of...

People & Places, June 19

Appointments and ordinations across the Episcopal Church

Title IV, Transparency, and Trust

Living into our disciplinary rules must always answer this question: “What does faithfulness to Jesus look like in this moment?”

St. Andrew’s Seminary Thrives in the Philippines

Gloria Mapangdol, the first woman to serve as dean of St. Andrew’s, leads the Anglican Seminary Deans Network Asia-Pacific.

PB Nominees Embody 5 Visions of Ministry

The Rev. Tom Sramek Jr. has gathered this information from online research. The House of Bishops will elect the 28th Presiding Bishop on June 26.

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Making a Case for Environmental Responsibility

The Rev. Canon Pam Hyde reviews Creation Care Discipleship: Why Earthkeeping Is an Essential Christian Practice.

Church Planting, Victorian Style

The Rev. Steve Rice reviews Anglo-Catholic Church Planting: Can It Work?

Coleridge: Venetian Choral music, the Beauty of Concrete, and...

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in...

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VP Forum: Rules of Order & the Church’s Future

Three nominees are seeking to succeed Rachel Taber-Hamilton, who is stepping down as vice president of the House of Deputies to run for president

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Delegates also visited a historical museum, library, and baptistry on the grounds of the papal compound.

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People & Places, June 14

Appointments across the Episcopal Church

Title IV Charges Revealed as PB Election Nears

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What Role Did TEC Play in Indian Boarding Schools?

The church has budgeted $2 million to discover the truth

GSFA Assembly Opens with a Call to Faithfulness

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‘Needful for This New Time’

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