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Consume Less, Give More

Store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust consumes and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where...

Title IV Must Be Revised

Years ago, I was discussing retirement with a bishop who had retired after a 25-year episcopate. “I got out just in time,” he said....

Sacramental Discipline

By Sam Keyes When the news came that Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone had barred Speaker Nancy Pelosi from Holy Communion, I wondered how quickly Episcopal bishops...

Forget Fish on Fridays

Intermittent fasting can take various forms, such as a daily fast for all but a few set hours each day, or a one-day fast on the same day each week.

Basic Training for Virtuous Leadership

F3, a 21st-century version of Muscular Christianity, grows into a national phenomenon.

A Detailed Response to Sexual Misconduct

The Diocese of San Diego adopts report drawing from practices of the U.S. Navy.

Reflections on the Beginning of a New Era

My church has entered a period of decline, even stripping, in which its social position is eroding, its institutions are collapsing, and its common life lies in tatters.

With Great Freedom Comes Responsibility

Freedom for excellence means pursuing what is most appropriate for our good.

Five Theses on Church Discipline

None of us, it seems, is fully practicing what the New Testament envisions for church discipline.

Epiphany Seen through Monastic Eyes

The central theme for Epiphanytide is the manifestation of Christ to the world, which leads to the obvious exhortation that every Christian is called to repent and believe in the gospel.


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