Clearing the Two-thirds Hurdle

By John Martin How deep is the deadlock as the Crown Nominations Commission continues to work toward recommending a successor for the Archbishop of Canterbury?

Look to Africa

The World Council of Churches is headquartered in Geneva, even though there are probably more Christians in a neighborhood of Lagos or Nairobi than all of Switzerland.

Just Such a Time as This

Pentecost 18First reading: Esther 7:1-6, 9-10; 9:20-22; Ps. 124 Alternate: Num. 11:4-6, 10-16, 24-29; Ps. 19:7-14 • James 5:13-20 • Mark 9:38-50Divine election presupposes an inescapable responsibility. A story... Read more...

Looking Toward Luther 2017

By Massimo Faggioli The work of Pope Benedict XVI with the Curia has huge consequences for the future of ecumenical and interconfessional relations.

Water Ministry Honored

Water Missions International, an engineering ministry founded by Molly and Gerorge Greene III in 2001, received the Solar World Einstein Award on Tuesday evening in Frankfurt, Germany.

A Fragment Is a Fragment

By A.K.M. Adam After any protracted silence on the “sensational news about Jesus” front, another shattering announcement is right around the corner.

Va. Court to Hear Argument

The Supreme Court of Virginia will hear an oral argument Oct. 16 from The Falls Church (Anglican), which has asked it to overturn a ruling by Fairfax County Circuit Judge Randy Bellows.

+Waldo Appoints Unity Panel

Bishop hopes to include “same-sex relationships and those who struggle with the church’s decisions.”