By Justin Welby • Far from waving weapons, they are just waving their arms, going on about angels, and asking about newborn babies.
Essays & Reviews
By Matt Marino • All branches of the American church have a problem retaining young adults.
By Christopher Wells • “I often think of the history of The Living Church and its old mission, articulated with commendable clarity 135 years ago and by subsequent keepers of the flame.”
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By Amy Lepine Peterson • We recognize the spiritual reality undergirding our physical existence.
Interview by By Richard J. Mammana, Jr. • The prayer book provides a template for a robust liturgical spirituality that is open, accessible, and possible.
By John W. de Gruchy • Nelson Mandela is an icon of opposing evil, enduring suffering, overcoming bitterness, expressing forgiveness.
By Leonard Freeman • Since retiring, I’m not exhausted at having just finished a dozen other services this week.
By Andrew Goddard • This explosive cocktail will likely result in division or at least differentiation among Anglicans in England as it has in North America.
By Ephraim Radner • “Few meetings are the result of chance.” — Christian de Chergé, Trappist monk, who was martyred in 1996.