Thinking Anglicans today published an opinion piece by Andrew Greystone. Following on the recent publication of the Church of England’s inquiry into sexual abuse (see the Café’s previous coverage here). In Greystone’s words, describes, “’an entirely different approach’ in the church’s relationship with victims of abuse in church contexts.” Some excerpts: Because the nature of […]
Day: May 31, 2019
We talk all sorts of things on Ascension Day!
Let’s talk about endings
New Zealand bishop and blogger Peter Carrell has been presiding over a most interesting conversation about what being “Anglican” does or could mean.
“Let’s start with the sparrows, and remembering that God may delight in every hair on our heads, but we didn’t put them there. Like the sparrow, we are the little children. Watched. Protected. And pretty vulnerable.”