Day: December 29, 2014

Anglicans Online celebrate 20th anniversary

Anglicans Online celebrate 20th anniversary Birthday candles image

Photo from anglicansonline.org Anglicans Online is celebrating their 20th anniversary, having been envisioned the day after Christmas in 1994 by Todd Maffin. Maffin, then 24, was inspired to create the site when he couldn’t find any web pages for Anglican youth, and only four pages on Anglicanism in total. A few days later, Maffin launched the first version […]

Rowan Williams on Shakespeare, the Church

Rowan Williams on Shakespeare, the Church

Photograph: Murdo Macleod The former archbishop of Canterbury announces an upcoming Shakespeare project, explains how he still finds inspiration in his writings, and reflects on the difficulties of being archbishop, in a short interview with Robert McCrum for the Guardian. From the Guardian: Did he find Shakespeare any guide to being archbishop? “There’s plenty in Shakespeare,” […]

Speaking to the Soul: Little Angels

Feast of the Holy Innocents (transferred) [Go to Mission St Clare for an online version of the Daily Office including today’s scripture readings.] Today’s Readings for the Daily Office: Psalms 2, 26 (morning) // 19, 126 (evening) Isaiah 49:13-23 Matthew 18:1-14 It’s very difficult not to get all saccharine about children at Christmas time. This was the […]

Bishop Suffragan of Maryland tied to crash in Baltimore

Bishop Suffragan of Maryland tied to crash in Baltimore

Bishop Heather Cook was placed on administrative leave after an automobile collision with a bicyclist who later died from his injuries. The Rt. Rev. Heather Cook, Bishop Suffragan of  Maryland, has been identified as the driver involved in a deadly bicycle crash on Saturday in the Roland Park section of Baltimore. Thomas Palermo died from his […]