What Roy Gets About Worship

By Mark Michael On that sweltering morning last July when we held our first service of pandemic-season public worship at Saint Francis, Potomac, Roy was there. There was no vaccine, and lots we didn’t know y... Read More...

The Loss of Ritual in Coronatide

A version of this was originally presented August 20, 2020, as part of a webinar on the role of Liturgy and Music in Formation, co-sponsored by the Consortium of Endowed Episcopal Parishes (CEEP), the Anglican ... Read More...

On Watching Our Language

By Sarah Cornwell In the United States, we are living in a time of anger and fear. You may have felt some measure of this yourself. In general, these are not considered to be positive emotions, but in certai... Read More...

The Decline of Celebrity Pastors

By John Sundara Contemporary evangelicalism has always been adept at using technology to advance its missionary outreach. The latest iteration of this aptitude has been the way evangelicals turned on a dime ... Read More...

Anglicans Online: A Retrospective

The opportunity to offer a personal retrospective on the website is a happy and welcome thing, if here emphatically personal. Anglicans Online’s inner workings were always a group effort of deep magic.

Homo Digitalis

Technology presents us with opportunities, but also significant challenges.

Online Catechesis

How are we going to help those people who are seeking Christ online? How can the Church make the most of this opportunity?