Bottom line: the Archbishop of Canterbury has not approved a primatial oversight scheme for the secessionist Diocese of South Carolina.
Next Step Homeless Services of Arkansas sees 120-150 clients per day, many military veterans, for short-term and long-term help in…
Beatification of Archbishop Oscar Romero, Getty Images A little late to the party, the New York Times has written a…
Harvey Cox, professor of divinity at Harvard, has just published How to Read the Bible, a primer illustrating the questions…
“Agnostic with doubts” still remains an accurate description of the state of my faith. But I still visit churches whenever I can, and find great comfort in them.
Columbia University professor’s work shows important insights into the importance of spiritual development in adolescents
Gracious God, oil the hinges of our heart's doors that they may swing gently and easily to welcome your coming
UPDATED: with statement from the Church of Ireland (Anglican)
In spite of being a largely Roman Catholic nation and against the admonition of the Irish Roman church’s episcopate, the Republic of Ireland’s electorate has legalized marriage equality in an overwhelming vote.
It’s perhaps this success and good reputation that has bred envy and jealousy amongst its Christian neighbors in Fountain Hills. The pastors of these other eight churches have embarked on a six week sermon series. The series is called “Progressive” Christianity: FACT or FICTION. Each week, from their own pulpit, the pastors will address a question in an area where they obviously believe Progressive Christianity fails.
Archbishop Hiltz has called for this period of time as a special commemoration of the more than 1,017 aboriginal women and girls who have been murdered or missing since 1980. He asks folks to ring the bells however they will.
Philadelphia-based Partners for Sacred Places hopes to promote partnerships between congregations, artists, nonprofit cultural groups and even creative businesses in Detroit, Baltimore and Austin.
Today, the people of Ireland are going to the polls to decide a referendum on marriage equality.
At 81, Phyllis Tickle is working on her own final chapter.
A study guide for General Convention called “Claiming the Blessing 2015: The Case for Marriage” has been released on-line and will be available in printed form when the Convention convenes in Salt Lake City.
From time to time we will publish letters from our readers responding to articles posted at the Cafe. In today’s letter John Chilton responds to our story on the episcopal election in the diocese of Dallas with an eye on previous elections in “conservative” dioceses with some thoughtful questions for those needing to give consent.