The centuries-long suspicion of prelacy in the Anglican character could be seen as an openness to this other aspect of the Spirit, and is manifested not only here in the UK but also overseas, as we have seen in Kenya in recent days. The desire to be united around the world will hold the Communion together, but it will always be in tension with a dogged individualism that is one of the strengths of Anglicanism. – Church Times editorial
Day: April 15, 2016
A 2011 earthquake caused considerable damage to the National Cathedral and some other District of Columbia landmarks. Phase I of repairs to the Cathedral are complete and Phase II has begun. This is how we do press conferences at @WNCathedral pic.twitter.com/Qa2Dgn1gFM — National Cathedral (@WNCathedral) April 14, 2016 From the Cathedral press room: Phase I …
This week’s film review is the next chapter in the divergent series. There’s not much hope in films like these, yet young people are repeatedly drawn to them. Maybe that should tell people of faith that the Gospel message of hope and the unlikely power of love over death should be shared more widely.
Reading our first Scripture passage today is like taking an extra bath or shower, preparing us to live by God’s covenant.