The Right Reverend Peter Ball, former Bishop of Gloucester in the Church of England, has been sentenced to three years in prison for decades-old abuses which resulted only in a “caution” in 1993, under Archbishop of Canterbury the Right Reverend Lord Carey of Clifton. The Church Times reports: Bishop Ball, aged 83, was jailed after […]
Day: October 7, 2015
The tomb was discovered in 2012 in downtown Plovdiv, Bulgaria, buried next to gas and sewer lines and a water supply. Dating from the fourth century, its artwork depicts two of Christ’s miracles – the healing of the paralyzed man and the raising of Lazarus from the dead. It has been restored and made open […]
New York City’s experimental and rather irreverent Abrons Arts Center turns 100 years old, with an ordained Episcopal priest at its helm – artistic director Jay Wegman, who was canon for liturgy and the arts at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine prior to his work at the Abrons. A New York Times feature […]
It was a year ago that the Church of England declared victory over the Vatican – on the cricket field, that is. The Vatican VI have invited the CofE team to Rome for a re-match, which will take place on October 25 following the final mass at the Synod on Family. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin […]
A part of me mourns the loss of my childhood intimacy with both libraries and churches. It was wonderful being surrounded by people who believed in my potential and who actively encouraged me to become who I am today.