The Episcopal Church and Evangelism

Either the Episcopal Church is fundamentally distrustful of, and impervious to, anything remotely approaching an evangelistic appeal and awakening; or else we have heretofore gone about such an awakening in the wrong way.

One of the Church’s missionary saints: Ninian

Ninian, a Briton of the 4th or 5th century who studied in Rome, is a prime example of missionary fervor, Catholic identity, and internationalism among the early British and English churches.

Food of life, food of death

Over at the blog of the Diocese of San Diego, John McAteer has argued that the practice of Communion without baptism is "essential for a proper theology of evangelism."

Infinite Beauty

Beauty cannot be suppressed, even by the Church, and Infinite Beauty, who is our living God, really will save the world.