Features

Honoring Oliver O’Donovan

By Mark L. MacDonald We are unanimous in our conviction that O’Donovan’s work is transformative and unique in its relevance to the Church’s present and future.

God Is in the Neighborhood

Allan Crite was a painter of urban life. Much less familiar are his works devoted to Christian themes such as the illustrations he did for a small volume on the Mass published by Cowley Press.

Defending the Bishops

By Benjamin Guyer Today Diarmaid MacCulloch’s writing has been shown to be selective, speculative, tendentious and agenda-ridden. [Updated 3/29/12]

Let Us Reclaim Our Family

By Brian Cox The Toward Jerusalem Council II movement seeks reconciliation between Jews and Gentiles, drawing its vision from the first Council of Jerusalem.

Church vs. Reich

By Leander Harding The Church can only help, in the middle of the disorder of the world, by really being the Church.

Two Communion Cultures

By Peter M. Doll Here is the challenge the Covenant poses to the churches of the Anglican Communion: to commit themselves to a deeper fellowship with one another.

Spatial Catholicity

By Mark D. Chapman Conflict over what is necessary to salvation is part of what it is to be a catholic Christian. The local needs therefore to relate to the universal. Catholicity cannot be limited purely to one’s own context.

Art of Forgiveness

The Confessional is an installation meant to provoke reflection on the radical nature of forgiveness. The idea was born through artist Carole Baker’s struggle to forgive someone after she felt deeply wounded.