An Insult to Reformed Theology

By Steve Schlossberg One of the things I learned in seminary is that Reformed theology and Catholic liturgy are incompatible. I happened to learn that at an ardently Anglo-Catholic seminary, but I’m fairly s... Read More...

Preaching without Restrictions

By Sam Keyes Coming back to the pulpit in a different church after a long hiatus can be a surreal experience. I’m sure I’m not the only one in this boat —I serve in a “diocese” after all where the vast majority of priests are Anglicans-turned-Roman-Catholic... Read More...

Clear-Sighted Preaching

This post continues a series of essays on preaching from the perspective of lay people. Previous entries may be found here. By Sarah Cornwell I have worn glasses since I was 4 years old. Suffice it to say... Read More...

The Promise and Perils of Preaching Experience

This post continues a series of essays on preaching from the perspective of lay people. Previous entries may be found here. By Tim O’Malley I often hear two critiques of Roman Catholic preaching. The first is that the sermon has nothing to do with human ... Read More...

Good Moralistic Preaching

This post continues a series of essays on preaching from the perspective of lay people. Previous entries may be found here. By Elisabeth Rain Kincaid In the classic movie Footloose, Chicago teen Ren McCor... Read More...