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Don’t Follow the Science

Reflecting on the surreal experience of the pandemic from the vantage of a little temporal distance, as one does, what sticks in my craw...

“Bridge the Gap”: Charitable Theology in the 21st Century

By Brandt Montgomery In his sermon to the Episcopal Church’s 80th General Convention, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry noted statistics from a commissioned opinion poll aimed...

News Media and Belonging 

Part 5 of Reading the News Like a Christian By Abigail Woolley Cutter This post wraps up a series on reading the news like a Christian....

Sloth, Charity, and the Christmas “Pause”

By Thomas Kincaid Did you know that every year — every single one — New Year’s Day is exactly one week after Christmas Day? Of course...

Encountering Each Other in the Anglican Communion

By Joseph Wandera Did not our hearts burn within us, while he talked to us on the way, while he opened to us the Scripture? —...

Myrna Loy and Charity: The Thin Man

This is the fifth post in a series in which I explore what classic film actresses in iconic roles can teach us — and, more particularly,...

Well-Placed Charity

We are to become shrewd Samaritans without a shred of guilt for “not doing enough!” We can never solve the issues before us, nor should we set out to try.

‘Goats’ Help Episcopal Relief & Development

The Rev. Albert Kennington of Immanuel Church, Bay Minette, Ala., writes about his parish’s humorous way of raising money for Episcopal Relief & Development.

#GC79 Highlight: New Life for Old Boots

Members of Episcopal Church Women used 100 boots as Texas-style table decorations at its 49th Triennial Meeting in Austin and as donations afterward.

Church Buys Thrift Store

Church of the Good Shepherd in Dunedin, Florida, sells furniture at modest prices for needy neighbors.


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