Richard Mammana (MAR, Yale Divinity School, 2012; BA, Columbia University, 2002) has been a member of the Living Church Foundation since 1999. Mammana has written widely in academic and ecclesiastical venues, including The Living Church, Sobornost, Anglican Theological Review, Anglican and Episcopal History, The Anglican, The Episcopal New Yorker, Touchstone, The International Bulletin of Missionary Research, The International Journal of Orthodox Theology, Mockingbird, The Historiographer, and other periodicals.
Mammana is the Episcopal Church’s associate for ecumenical and interreligious relations, a role in which he supports theological dialogue with Roman Catholics, United Methodists, Presbyterians, and full communion relationships with Moravians and Evangelical Lutherans. He has been a participant in the Council on Foreign Relations’ Religion and Foreign Policy Initiative since 2015.
Mammana is the founding director of anglicanhistory.org, a free online archive of out-of-print Anglican historical texts and related materials. Since 1999 he has been a member of the staff of Anglicans Online, the comprehensive unofficial online home of Anglicanism, with 250,000 monthly readers, and more than 30,000 links to Anglican and Episcopal dioceses, parishes, organizations, and other resources. He is clerk of the vestry at Trinity Church on the Green, New Haven, and a member of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences.