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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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"Trinity Church Wall Street has appointed Susan Shah joins as managing director of racial justice and Beatriz (Bea) de la Torre as managing director of housing and homelessness."
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James Cornwell: "Fasting is not an act in response to loss or sadness, but one of anticipation."
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"'Becoming the Beloved Community in the Midst of Fear, Injustice and Incivility' will begin at 3 p.m. Jan. 20 at Trinity Church on Capitol Square, 125 E. Broad Street, Columbus."
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"Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold III appointed Howe as custodian of the Book of Common Prayer, a position he held from 2000 to 2015."
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Fr. Clint Wilson considers the challenges of "ethnonationalism" and the promise of Church unity.
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"Presiding Bishop Michael Curry asks that congregations devote dedicated offerings on Feb. 13 to support the Episcopal Church’s two remaining Historically Black Colleges and Universities."
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Anglican Communion News Service Jan 16
Blog: Reflecting on the post-Epiphany season, the Revd Dr , Associate editor of The , asks whether the Communion has “pursued all that makes for peace and builds up our common life”.
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The Living Church Jan 17
James Cornwell: "The coming of Christ and his role in humankind’s salvific history not only provides a path of salvation for each individual, but it enacts healing power on the things of this world that divide us."
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The Living Church Jan 17
David Beadle commends a new book: "A Peculiar Orthodoxy critiques tendencies in contemporary discussions of art and theology that tend toward sentimentalism."
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The Living Church Jan 16
“When we took the TARDIS across the street for Hallowpalooza, passersby expressed concern that the TARDIS was leaving.”
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The Living Church Jan 16
Jon Delano of Pittsburgh’s Diocesan Council: “Let me be clear. We are not undertaking a study to be filed away in some church archive.”
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The Living Church Jan 16
Marcia Hotchkiss on the ministry of Spiritual Direction, from our most recent Parish Administration Issue.
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The Living Church Jan 16
James Cornwell: "Just as Jesus came not to abolish the law but to fulfill it, we must always see his actions that transgress the law in word to fulfill it in spirit."
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The Living Church Jan 16
Canon Mark Clavier: "If you can’t hide or withdraw, what then can you do in such a forum? The answer is the only thing the Church was ever meant to do: announce the kingdom."
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The Living Church Jan 15
James Cornwell: "Once the one who baptized with water is imprisoned, his final prophecy can come about, causing the one who baptizes with fire to initiate his ministry. We see the fire of his baptism immediately."
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The Living Church Jan 15
“Be with those workers, Lord, and give them strength to meet the days ahead.”
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The Living Church Jan 15
Jonathan Merritt analyzes 19 words from the sacred vocabulary, including yes, creed, prayer, pain, disappointment, mystery, God, fall, and sin.
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The Living Church Jan 15
What do you do about outreach when you are in a small church with limited resources? Outreach is often an unmined treasure for the smaller church.
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The Living Church Jan 15
Bp. George Sumner (Dallas) with a tribute to Lamin Sanneh and his contributions to the study of mission.
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The Living Church Jan 14
An electing convention is scheduled for Feb. 9 at Faith Episcopal Church, Cameron Park.
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