God’s Story Breaks Through

https://youtu.be/gxU4oprt1U8 Today is the feast of the Reign of Christ, also known as the feast of Christ the King. This is a relatively new feast for the church. Pope Pius XI instituted the feast in 1925. The feast was created to combat the rising nationalism and secularism in Europe. On the surface Pius' feast failed. … Continue reading God’s Story Breaks Through

An Anglican Proposal: Lambeth 2020, Bishops’ Spouses, and a call for solidarity with the LGBTQ+ Community

There aren't too many perks to being a bishop in The Episcopal Church. Sure you get a fancy hat, a nice ring, and a salary that's on the upper end of the clergy scale. But unlike their counterparts in England, our bishops don't get a palace or a seat in Parliament. There are even fewer … Continue reading An Anglican Proposal: Lambeth 2020, Bishops’ Spouses, and a call for solidarity with the LGBTQ+ Community

Prophet Bishops and Pilgrimage

Yesterday someone took shots at a friend and pastor.  The Rt. Rev. Martín Barahona, Anglican Bishop of El Salvador was the victim of the violence which plagues his country.  Thankfully the would-be-killer’s bullets missed the Bishop.  Sadly his driver Francisco is in the hospital. Shots fired at a Bishop resound specifically this week.  On Saturday … Continue reading Prophet Bishops and Pilgrimage