By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • Brother Alois of Taizé: “We hope the Holy Spirit will disturb us [to] find new ways of creating communion.”
Two priests are nominees to become bishop of the nascent Anglican Diocese of the Upper Midwest.
The Rt. Rev. Steven Andrew Miller of Milwaukee “simply cannot agree” that the authorized rite “is a theologically sound development.”
Bishop C. Andrew Doyle: “We wanted a partner who would honor our family.”
By Steve Waring • Budget subcommittee wants to “engage the church in a discussion of the fact that not all dioceses meet their full asking.”
“[F]ederal question jurisdiction could potentially be expanded to all cases containing tacit First Amendment issues.”
By Steve Waring • Bishop Jeffrey Lee: “[Quincy’s] commitment to Christ and to the fellowship of this church is an act of sheer, foolish, godly trust.”
The June 23 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
By Bellah Zulu, ACNS • African pilgrims returning to Harare after a five-year ban.
G. Jeffrey MacDonald • The new director of the Anglican Centre in Rome says he sees promising signs for more visible ecumenism in these early days of Pope Francis’s pontificate.