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Douglas LeBlanc

Douglas LeBlanc is the Associate Editor for Book Reviews and writes about Christianity and culture. He and his wife, Monica, attend St. John’s Parish Church on Johns Island, South Carolina. They look after cats named Finn and Mittens.

Sandra Folts (1942-2024) and Anne Harris (1932-2024)

Two bishops’ wives have died in recent weeks, and both were praised for their warm presence and the lives they led.

Revised Plans Help Christchurch Cathedral Reinstatement

Only a few months ago, Bishop Peter Carrell of Christchurch, New Zealand, said the project to rebuild the city’s namesake cathedral might have to...

A Chorus of Chaos at Winchester Cathedral

Amid public accusations of bullying, Winchester Cathedral has lost its 22-year director of music, the senior non-executive member of its chapter, and half of its lay clerks.

Langdon, McGehee, Rodman

Remembering the Rev. David Stetson Langdon, Mrs. June Chrystine Stewart McGehee, and the Rev. Canon Edward W. Rodman

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.

DuBois, Hubbard, Sumners

Remembering Charles H. DuBois, Mavourneen A. Murphy Hubbard, and Charles Abram Sumners III

Templeton Prize Honors Scholar of Forgiveness

Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela’s scholarship is informed by her involvement in the fraught conversations that often must precede forgiveness.

Curry Tribute: Thank God for This Life-Giving Extrovert

I am glad Bishop Curry breathed more life into the lungs of a church that has sometimes struggled with its identity.

Former PB to Serve Wyoming Diocese

The former Bishop of Wyoming was deposed in March for an alleged indiscretion.

Bishops Discuss an Uncertain Future

“I feel like we’re the last Jedi, folks,” the Bishop of the Rio Grande said, prompting broad smiles from his fellow panelists.