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Good bye, part two: pay attention, tell the truth, say thank you

Dear friends,

I started blogging just under nine years ago when NBC announced that it was airing The Book of Daniel, a television show about an Episcopal priest. The show crashed quickly, but the blog had received national news coverage and we had a large and feisty audience, so I decided to keep it going. The Blog of Daniel was succeeded by Daily Episcopalian, a blog devoted primarily to the struggles over the place of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people […]

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Good bye, part one: What I think I’ve learned

Dear friends,

I am signing off today after 7 1/2 years as editor of the Episcopal Café. I think I have learned a few things in that time, or maybe I have just developed a few opinions. Whatever the case, I wanted to share a few parting thoughts with you.

So here is what I think I know:

• That the people of the church must seek out their neighbors in ways that may be uncomfortable to them, and that they must find ways […]

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What’s coming up next for the Café

Advent marks the beginning of the church’s year, and this Advent will also mark the beginning of a new phase in the life of the Episcopal Café. As that season and new beginning draw near, I wanted to share with you what’s happening. So, what’s next for the Café? Hopefully, lots more of the same great news and contributions that have been the Café’s hallmark. As I said to Jim Naughton, the Café’s founder, my primary goal is to […]

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A letter to our readers about the future of Episcopal Café

After almost nine years blogging at the Episcopal Café and its predecessors, I have decided to pursue a new project. The news blogging team and I haven’t determined whether it is time to close the Café, and we’d like to hear from some of you before we make that decision.

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Our all-time Cafe favorites

Perhaps my favorite story that has ever appeared on the Cafe was published in early April 2008. It was written by Andrew Gerns and began:

As a part of opening week festivities, Commissioner of Baseball Bud Selig and Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori announced today that the Episcopal Church has been designated the Official Denomination of Major League Baseball. The move was announced today in a teleconference with

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Transferring the observance

Today is Episcopal Cafe’s seventh anniversary, but as it is also Holy Saturday, we are transferring the observance, as church folks say, to Thursday April 24. More

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