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Blessings and Meetings, Part One

Based on a paper I read at the All Souls Club in London on June 5. This article grew out of two long silent retreats...

Clarity About Ambiguity

The Ambiguity of Being Lonergan and the Problems of the Supernatural By Jonathan R. Heaps Catholic University of America Press, 250 pages. $85 “For by grace you have...

The Hajj: A Muslim Vision for the Interreligious Life

Community is a messy and wild business. As someone who loves her community deeply, sometimes my impulse is to withdraw and be in my...

With the Grain of the Prayer Book

In early February 1685, King Charles II fell ill and clergy across the country, perhaps somewhat strangely, began to pray the prayer book service...

Sent to Coventry, Called to Windsor

Having been “sent to Coventry” in 2008 to be Bishop of the Diocese of Coventry in the West Midlands of England, I found myself...

The Gospel, Public Policy, and Coercion

The 81st General Convention of the Episcopal Church will be called to order on June 23. As always, it will consider a number of...

Coleridge: Venetian Choral music, the Beauty of Concrete, and Flannery O’Connor’s Biopic

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Cinema Two films about the 2015 Coptic martyrs in Libya are raising funds:...

Against Those Who Hate Jewish Flesh

For most Jews, life since October 7, 2023, has been a flood of emotions: fear, anger, depression, fatigue. For those of us who are...

Desperately Needing to Be Heard

Recently I attended a healing prayer conference in Dallas that featured one of the founders of Christian Healing Ministries, Judith MacNutt. Her late husband,...

Deacons Presiding at the Altar?

“Grant that all those who do confess thy holy Name may agree in the truth of thy holy Word, and live in unity and...

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