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An Elegy towards Hope

Stand with me for a moment on the southern shore of a lake only a few miles from where I live in mid-Wales. To...

A House-going Parson Makes a Church-going People

"You’re the first vicar ever to visit my home.” I can’t tell you how many times someone has said something along those lines to me....

For the Beauty of the Earth

Hope and the Aesthetics of Ecology  One of the themes for this summer’s Lambeth Conference is ecology. We have invited authors to reflect on what...

Church in Wales Elects Its 14th Primate

Archbishop Andy John will also continue as Bishop of Bangor, one of the five dioceses in Wales.

The Life of the Land: A Cautionary Tale

By Mark Clavier Once upon a time… …there was a palace of incomparable splendor, more resplendent than any palace that had been seen before. In the...

 On Doubt and Belief

By Jordan Hillebert The Church is not always great at dealing with doubt. We tend to swing between two extremes. On the one hand, there are...

Church in Wales Approves Same-Sex Blessings

The church still disallows same-sex weddings.

Looking East In Winter, via Vesper Flights

By Hannah Matis Rowan Williams’s new book, Looking East in Winter: Contemporary Thought and the Eastern Christian Tradition, is a challenging and crystal-clear exploration of...

Come Labor On: Restructuring for Healthy Ecologies of Faith

By Mark Clavier Come, labor on. Who dares stand idle on the harvest plain while all around us waves the golden grain? And to each servant does the...

Restoring the Ecology of Faith

This is the second in a series on Revitalizing Ministry in Wales. By Mark Clavier We plough the fields and scatter The good seed on the land, But...

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