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The Living Church
News, commentary, reviews, and theology in and for the Anglican Communion: the Living Church magazine, the Covenant blog. Sponsor of God and Comics podcast.
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The Living Church 6h
Bishop Dorsey W.M. McConnell of Pittsburgh writes about his family’s history and experiences with the Cathedral of Notre Dame and France.
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The Living Church 6h
The Hymn Tournament 2018 concludes July 18 during the Hymn Society’s conference in Dallas.
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The Living Church 8h
The Rev. Sarah Puryear writes with a playlist for Holy Week and Easter.
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The Living Church Apr 17
"Jackson and Ryan Architects, which designed the 1,200-seat central church building completed in 2004, has also drawn up plans for the expansion project."
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The Living Church Apr 17
On rebuilding Notre Dame: "[T]he reconstruction effort may be one of the longest of the modern era. Otero-Pailos and other experts predict it will take decades."
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The Living Church Apr 17
The call to English churches? Seven minutes of bell ringing at 7pm on Thursday, in solidarity with Notre Dame.
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The Living Church Apr 17
Bishop Mark Edington (Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe): "Notre Dame has remained a place somehow able to make real even to the hardest skeptic the invitation of mystery and the possibility of inspiration."
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The Living Church Apr 17
Our website issues are over! Feel free to browse as usual.
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The Living Church Apr 17
Friends, readers: we are addressing some website issues. Apologies for the delay and inconvenience!
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The Living Church Apr 17
Replying to @campaign_cofe
Thank you. We are!
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The Living Church Apr 17
The Rev. Emily Hylden: "Our spiritual root systems benefit from both sips of God’s quenching stream each and every day, as well as regular deeper dives into his Word and revelation through Scripture study and communal worship."
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The Living Church Apr 16
Abp Welby on the controversy around his invitations to the Lambeth Conference: "I had to consider … getting as many people as possible there and excluding as few as possible. It’s a lose-lose situation."
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The Living Church Apr 16
Your regular updates on movements and appointments throughout the Episcopal Church.
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The Living Church Apr 16
Cole Hartin with a few gems of insight, including: "Prayer and study go hand in hand. Keep it that way."
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The Living Church Apr 16
The Rev. Emily Hylden: "Jeremiah struggles with the way that evil seems to thrive while the wailing prophet wastes away. What a comfort that this frustration is not just a fleeting feeling, but a continual struggle of the faithful throughout ages."
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The Living Church Apr 15
The 2018 edition of the Book of Occasional Services, authorized by the 79th General Convention, includes outlines for various new celebrations in the Episcopal, including “Las Posadas,” “Dia de Los Muertos,” and a five-page “Service of Renaming.”
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The Living Church Apr 15
The Rt. Rev. Whayne M. Hougland Jr., Bishop of Western Michigan, has given an update on shared ministries with the Diocese of Eastern Michigan.
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The Living Church Apr 15
Christine Havens review the Rev. Tim Schenck's new book on coffee and faith: "Humorous, down-to-earth, and profound, this book is must reading for those who feel their coffee and spiritual lives are entwined."
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The Living Church Apr 15
The Rev. Emily Hylden: "Why does God let Jeremiah waste his breath and God’s time? Then again, is God’s time limited? Who gives Jeremiah each breath …? This is the inexhaustible compassion of the heavenly Father for one of his beloved children."
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The Living Church Apr 12
The Rev. Matthew Boulter reviews David Zahl's new book: Seculosity: How Career, Parenting, Technology, Food, Politics, and Romance Became Our New Religion and What to Do about It.
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