Bishop Daniel Martins: “[I]t strains every notion of common sense to apply the charge of ‘abandonment’ in this case.”
Essays & Reviews
Matthew Alderman reviews the book Detroit’s Historic Houses of Worship.
By William H. Petersen
The Advent Project Seminar envisions a seven-week season that begins between Nov. 5 and 12.
By Peter T. Manzo
On the Feast of St. Francis
By Massimo Faggioli
The work of Pope Benedict XVI with the Curia has huge consequences for the future of ecumenical and interconfessional relations.
By A.K.M. Adam
After any protracted silence on the “sensational news about Jesus” front, another shattering announcement is right around the corner.
Mission and missionary identity are closer to the spotlight in U.S. presidential politics than they’ve been in a long time.
By Jake Dell
Church advertising is no more than evangelism in print.
By Richard Mammana, Jr.
Harriet Starr Cannon’s decision to consecrate her life completely to God came in the wake of a personal tragedy.
By Mark Chapman
Archbishop Williams has carried the burdens of conflict, and has shown a huge and sometimes costly commitment to unity.