Every generation feels an aching loss of original innocence and yet chooses that loss again.
The Rev. Jennifer Brooke-Davidson has been elected as the first woman who would serve as a bishop of West Texas.
The March 12 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
Trustees in Kansas find “there are very few retired bishops who are available to serve” as a provisional bishop.
Church Pension Group has released its report on the Episcopal Church Medical Trust Denominational Health Plan.
The Hymn Society gathers hymns related to welcoming refugees and immigrants.
More churches consider property redevelopment to survive and thrive.
Richard Chartres, who retires this month as Bishop of London, helped the diocese thrive.
Excerpts from a Statement of Participants of a Consultation on Anglican-Lutheran-Buddhist Relations
The infant Savior convenes the assembly of his visible Body for the praise and glory of his own Name.
Magdalene St. Louis helps abused women find new lives through its new brand, Bravely.
For John Keble, Lent prepares you to meet your Maker.
Why has this particular piece of escapist nostalgia stolen our hearts?
We are talking to God as a family and, more to the point, my son and his one-year old sister are being soaked in a Christian grammar.
Episcopalians cannot escape the legacy of the Church of England, nor can members of any other Anglican church.
The great gift and power of the rosary is its laser focus on the “mysteries” — the sacraments — of our faith.
For these Christians, suffering is neither terrifying nor messianic.