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Steve Rice

The Rev. Steve Rice is the rector of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, an Anglo-Catholic parish in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and is the founder of the Society of St. Joseph of Arimathea.

Personhood, Relationship, and Being

Christos Yannaras is relatively unknown among Christian readers in the West. He writes and lectures exclusively in Greek and only a handful of his...

Church Planting, Victorian Style

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

He Gets Us Angry

I have loved football all of my life. My father played football in college, while my brother and I, due to a downward genetic mutation,...

Prime Time

In a few short months, Deion Sanders has changed the game of college football. Last December, Coach Prime and the ever-present concomitant cameras met...

The Hour Glass of Time and Emptying Nests

My daughter is moving into college this month. Emotionally, I’m okay (so far), but my mind is really confused. I don’t know how so...

God Bless America, God Save the King

By Steve Rice Reminders of the British Monarchy are all around me. I was born and raised in South Carolina and live in North Carolina....

Fistfuls of Tears, Fistfuls of Joy

By Steve Rice When you do something over and over, it sometimes requires a bit of effort to mentally engage with what you are doing....

Common Ground and the Grave

By Steve Rice Since 2016, I have buried 317 children. I use the 1928 Book of Common Prayer because it contains a liturgy for the...

Canonical Obedience

By Steve Rice Some time ago, a bishop told me that when the hurricane is coming, you don’t call a vestry meeting to vote on...

Be Emptied That You Might Be Full: On the Feast of Stephen

By Steve Rice The Golden Legend, Jacobus de Voragine’s medieval commentary on the saints, says the Church has kept the feasts of St. Stephen, St....