On their respective weblogs, two bishops offer their perspectives on the final day of the House of Bishops’ Lent retreat.
Oliver O’Donovan: Christian thought “proceeds in respectful dialogue with a canonical text.”
Feast on reading the Bible each day and fast on criticism. Feast on praying each day and fast on drinking alcohol.
Anglican Student Ministries at Baylor University will sponsor “C.S. Lewis and the Intellectual Life” during Lent.
Ephraim Radner: The words “man and woman” and “husband and wife” will now signify “two people” or “two persons.”
Pennylvania bishops: “We share a common humanity and therefore must be equal in the eyes of the law.”
Bishop Jim Mathes: “I should let voicemail do the work while driving and let driving be my singular work.”
The stakes of this crisis could not be more serious or portentous.
Bishop Benhase: Executive Council’s proposal will result in “further guilt, blaming, and resentments.”
Mark H. Hansen, a former priest of the Diocese of Connecticut, has posted bail for Bishop Heather Cook.