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Reconciliation and Christian Faith

The Rt. Rev. Jeff W. Fisher, Suffragan Bishop of Texas, writes about the National Day of Reconciliation.

Wilmer Woodfork’s hand of kindness

Wilmer bound my emotional wounds. He broadened my understanding of his world.

Archbishop Preaches on Peace

Moses Deng Bol urges Anglicans in South Sudan to live by Jesus’ Great Commandment.

Mutual Forgiveness in Haiti

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry: “Mutual forgiveness and repentance, healing, and reconciliation are hard work.”

Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do

While with his tongue the Suffering Servant made “intercession for transgressors” (Isa. 53:12), with torn flesh he made atonement for those who bruised him.

Forgive Us Our Trespasses?

What is it that we’re forgiving? As our various English translations have it, do we mean sins, trespasses, or debts?

Confession, repentance, and reception: O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, I will come to you

One of the things I have been astonished by in my six years of parish ministry are the varied ways that self-hatred imprisons us...

A church that loves the prophets

Are the prophets merely the forerunners of the non-profits, God’s agents of social improvement in the lives of those who need it most?

The burden of self-righteousness

The social pressure to "apologize" is always intended to make the person submit and conform to the herd. Until that time, the public shaming will be relentless.

Japanese-Korean Reconciliation

The presiding bishop joined in a service of reconciliation between people of Japanese and Korean heritage.


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