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All Ages Around the Table

How to interact effectively, how to speak simply and clearly and in age-appropriate ways, and how to focus, for children, on one thing.

JOURNEY INTO HOLINESS: PRAYING WITH THE TRACTARIANS (Part 2)

The first part of this essay explored the embodied character of grace in Tractarian spirituality. Yet we must recognize that it is precisely in...

Eucharistic Participation and Pastoral Care

By Thomas Plant The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed deep cleavages within society and the Church. The suspension of public liturgies and physical distancing requirements have...

Alternatives Ready for Eucharists

Resolution D078 provides alternative language for Prayer A, Prayer B, and Prayer D of the Holy Eucharist.

The gospel according to Rite I

Grace — that is what Rite I communicates. Its Comfortable Words confirm it.

The adoration of a body snatcher

Every host Sam would receive in the future could be for him a kind of touchable Sanctus.

From the Garden

“I will give you your rains in their season, and the land shall yield its produce.”

Saints and Communion

Deputy Henry Lodge: “I want Jesus accessible to my people and yours.”

Nuns Need Not Worry

PB: “God’s people” includes “Episcopalians, Baptists, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, and Nones.”

On BBQ and other mysteries

What constitutes a valid BBQ? And do our cookbooks shape or reflect our knowledge of the real thing?

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