Bishop David B. Reed, 1927-2023
The Rt. Rev. David Benson Reed, a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II and the senior member of the House of Bishops, died March 11 at 96. During his 59 years as a bishop, Reed stressed missionary work (which he considered central to being a priest), ecumenism, and equality for women in church leadership. […]
5 Lent, Year A: Easter in Lent
Strangely and beautifully, Jesus calls us to participate in the resurrection of our fellow human beings
Remembrances of Frank Griswold, 25th Presiding Bishop
Dignified, calm, spiritual, and a collector of Phoebes
Domestic Prayers for Same-Sex Couples in South Africa
Bishops of the Anglican Province of Southern Africa have approved creating prayers for same-sex couples in a more domestic context than those proposed by the Church of England.
Appalachian Music Meets Anglican Liturgy in East Tennessee
“We’re not doing this for entertainment. This is who we are, this is our liturgy, this is our worship”
4 Lent, Year A: Beautiful Eyes
We want to explain suffering to protect ourselves from it. Jesus enters our suffering to heal us and to make us heralds of the gospel.
Mauriac: The Brave Little Nun’s Basilica
Devout, even from childhood, she looked after the poor all her life, begging to provide food and clothing for them
Podcast: How Low Can You Go?
In hopes of reaching a perfectionism-saturated Western culture with the grace and love of God