Canticle Communications’ Jim Naughton, founder and former editor of Episcopal Cafe, sent this our way – “A Life of Grace,” a curriculum developed by two Episcopal priests and prompted by the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops, is being made available free until July 1 and after that through Church Publishing. From the press release: The […]
Day: March 2, 2016
Ian Markham, Dean and President of Virginia Theological Seminary looks at the phenomenon of Donald Trump and urges action to stand against the darkness and rage unleashed by his candidacy
Archbishop Justin Welby has announced six books as finalists in this annual prize for theological writing. From Anglican News: Archbishop Justin will be joined by secretary general of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon; the director of the Centre for Trust, Peace, & Social Relations, Professor Rosalind Searle; the broadcaster and writer Sally Magnusson; and […]
The story of John the Baptist doesn’t end with a beheading. How can the real ending of the story inspire acts of discipleship and ministry in us today?
The law of the confessional has trumped the law of Louisiana in a February 26 court ruling. The ruling favors a Catholic priest, the Reverend Jeff Bayhi of Our Lady of Assumption in Clinton, who allegedly advised a 14-year-old (now 22-year-old) girl to “sweep it under the rug” when she told him she had been […]