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Denying Mugabe a Grip-and-Grin

Ahead of meeting the South African prime minister John Vorster in 1970, Archbishop Michael Ramsey frowned repeatedly into a mirror. Asked to explain, Ramsey said he was determined not to show even the semblance... Read more...

Two Responses to Bp. Henderson

Bishop Dorsey Henderson’s statement, published Oct. 12 by The Living Church, has prompted a response by the Anglican Communion Institute. An excerpt: nless we have entered a Kafkaesque realm of canonical juris... Read more...

Board Hears Case against Bp. Lawrence

The Rt. Rev. Mark J. Lawrence, Bishop of South Carolina, is being investigated on accusations of abandoning the Episcopal Church, and his diocese has released a 63-page document of the evidence brought against... Read more...

Finances Overtake Cathedral in Delaware

In 1996 the Court for the Trial of a Bishop gathered at the Cathedral of St. John in Wilmington, Del., to hear the doctrinal case involving Bishop Walter C. Righter. This year, only two weeks after Righter’s de... Read more...

Occupy Stewardship

Catholic VoicesBy Benjamin D. GrizzleAlthough the Occupy Wall Street movement aspires to offer a transformational critique of the global economy, it suffers from an incoherent worldview lacking connection to th... Read more...

Bp. Lawrence Asks for an Explanation

The correspondence published by the Diocese of South Carolina: Bishop Lawrence Responds(function() { var scribd = document.createElement("script"); scribd.type = "text/javascript"; scribd.async = true; scribd.... Read more...

Bishop Accused of Recurrent Infidelity

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has restricted the ministry of the Rt. Rev. Vincent W. Warner amid allegations of recurrent marital infidelity. Warner was Bishop of Olympia from 1990 to 2007. The ... Read more...

Clergy Condemn ‘Irvine 11’ Convictions

The Bishop of Los Angeles and other clergy have condemned the conviction of 11 Muslim students who repeatedly heckled a speech by Michael Oren, Israel’s ambassador to the United States. The students were convicted on misdemeanor charges in Orange County Superior Court.