Seeds of Thanksgiving

By Jonathan Turtle A decade ago now as a seminarian finding his way back into the Anglicanism of his childhood I, along with my wife, landed in a small parish around the corner from where we lived in Toronto... Read More...

Learning from a Craftsman

By Mark Michael Tom has given his life to upholstery. His garage workshop is a maze of fabric bolts, sample books, and foam rolls, with a few half-finished projects neatly stacked against the walls. He learn... Read More...

The Eucharist and Revulsion

By Jeff Boldt The pandemic changed all our Sunday habits. If you don't have four little kids, streaming a service could be a viable option. If, like me, you do have four kids, you gave up on that after they spilled your coffee on the computer and face-plan... Read More...

Prayer in Time of Plague

By Drew Nathaniel Keane The degree of physical adversity and suffering that was commonplace for our ancestors defies our imagination. We live on the other side of advances in technology and medicine that wou... Read More...

Flashback Friday: On the Invitatory

A hallmark of the Anglican liturgical tradition is its recovery of the daily office as a regular feature of the church's liturgical life, not just the province of clergy and religious. Of course it's more co... Read More...

Sacrament of Maturity

By Sam Keyes Of all the sacraments, confirmation is the most widely misunderstood. Among Protestants, it often functions, at worst, as a mere coming-of-age ritual. At best, it gets described as something having to do with a “mature” or “adult” faith. That i... Read More...

Facing Liturgical East

By Bryan Owen When I was newly ordained, my bishop appointed me to serve in a parish with an altar against the wall. I was so disappointed. I could not believe I would begin my priesthood celebrating the Euc... Read More...