The Show Goes On

By Jonathan Jameson I’ve spent a large portion of the last eighteen years of my life traveling from town to town and playing songs to groups of people gathered in dimly-lit clubs. Somewhere along the way I b... Read More...

The Eternal Processions and the Triune Formula

By Tyler Been Every Sunday, by their recitation of the Nicene Creed, Anglicans confess belief in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In many ways, the creed is an apophatic statement. It provides the boundaries of what can and cannot be said about the Holy Tr... Read More...

A Light Infused into the Heart

Francis and Augustine would tell us first that less is more, and that God’s transforming oracles lie closer to hand than we might first expect.

We Need More Moral Ambiguity

In online outrage, often forgotten is the biblical counsel: “Let everyone be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger, for your anger does not produce God’s righteousness” (James 1:19–20).

I want you to use me

When Augustine says that God alone is to be enjoyed, and everything else — including human beings — used, he does not mean that everything besides God is worthless.

Apologia episcoporum

There are two principal ways of speaking of Anglo-Catholicism: as a matter of “taste,” and as a matter of truth.