Two professors at Episcopal seminaries discuss the approach taken by the Task Force on the Study of Marriage.
Church of Ireland will “celebrate only marriage between a man and a woman.”
Bp. Paul Butler: “I know church leaders and churches are seeking to work for peace, nonviolence, and a way through.”
“Say the Mass, bless the people, and do it over and over again.”
Virginia Theological Seminary has held its first commencement in the new Immanuel Chapel.
Philosophy professor Don Reed raises questions about the marriage task force’s report.
The Rev. James Krueger is founder of Mons Nubifer Sanctus, a center for studying contemplative Christian life.
The Anglican Theological Review has published the first of several essays planned by a new initiative, Fully Alive.
All Saints, Chevy Chase, rallies around the rector when his infant grandson fights multiple health threats.
Carol de Giere pays tribute to the 1971 musical and composer Stephen Schwartz.
Jana Troutman-Miller relies on natural light — and some editing — to create photographic art.
Claiming that Anglicanism actually is something is not always popular.
New essays on Scripture and Sexuality from two professors at Episcopal seminaries. And a note from Covenant's editor.
Because of the suffering of children, Dostoyevsky's Ivan was willing to "return his ticket" to God. "Pregnant at Harvard?" reminded me of his rebellion.