5 Easter, Year A: Newborn Infant
In a liturgical cadence of softly spoken words or the ethereal beauty of ecclesiastical chant, we say what almost cannot be expressed.
Opinion: On Not Defining Family Too Tightly
What is it, exactly, that Archbishop Justin Welby and General Synod have protected from celebrity gay activists like Peter Tatchell and Sandi Toksvig?
Opposing Views on the Contested Bishop Election in Florida
The election of the Rev. Charlie Holt must receive consent from more than half of diocesan bishops and Standing Committees before he can become Bishop Coadjutor of Florida
CGI: The Good Shepherd and Religious Conflict
Children of the God of Israel Easter 4 John 10:1-10 By Ellen T. Charry Psalm 23 is appointed for the Fourth Sunday of Easter in Year A. It offers pastoral comfort and courage for those walking through a dark period of life. Christians read the Lord as Jesus, although for the poet the Lord was […]
4 Easter, Year A: A Greening Eternity
We hear and receive these great promises even as we walk through the valley of the shadow of death.
Lambeth: Instruments Must Approve Changes to Instruments
The Archbishop of Canterbury has said that no changes to the formal structures of the Anglican Communion can be made unless they are agreed upon by the Instruments of Communion.
GAFCON Rejects Archbishop Justin Welby’s Leadership
Primates representing a large majority of the Anglican Communion have formally repudiated the historic leadership of the See of Canterbury.
The Artist Who Restored What Slavery Had Taken Away
When the Metropolitan Museum of Art purchased Diego Velázquez’s Portrait of Juan de Pareja in May 1971, words of praise rained down like confetti.