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  1. A Collection of Collects
    Sent March 31st 2020

    A Collection of Collects As you likely know, I have written a number of collects over the years, although this has hardly been a major focus of mine. As much for me as for my readers, I decided to collect my collects in one place. These are offered free ...

  2. Collect for a Time of Contagion
    Sent February 27th 2020

    Collect for a Time of Contagion There is much anxiety in the land concerning the coronavirus. Finding no readily available prayer for when pandemic threatens, I decided to write one. You can find my Collect for a Time of Contagion on my blog here. I hope...

  3. O God of All the Nations
    Sent February 11th 2020

    O God of All the Nations Carolyn Winfrey Gillette has written a hymn that is appropriate to our current political situation. My latest post is intended to promote her hymn, which can be sung to LLangloffan. Read O God of All the Nations here. As always, ...

  4. Collect for an Impeachment Trial of the President
    Sent January 20th 2020

    Collect for an Impeachment Trial of the President I have written a collect on the occasion of the advent of the trial of President Donal Trump by the United States Senate. My post Collect for an Impeachment Trial of the President, which include my collec...

  5. Why General Convention Resolution A063 is Problematic
    Sent December 13th 2019

    Why General Convention Resolution A063 is Problematic My attendance at the recent Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh annual convention caused me to become concerned about a constitutional amendment being considered by the General Convention. The amendment t...

  6. Two Complaints about Bishop McConnell
    Sent July 9th 2018

    Two Complaints about Bishop McConnell Dorsey McConnell has turned out to be a better bishop than I expected when he was first elected Bishop of Pittsburgh. On occasion, however, he has disappointed me. In fact, he has done so twice lately. One instance i...

  7. Michael Curry and Donald Trump
    Sent June 11th 2018

    Michael Curry and Donald Trump I have not written much of late about The Episcopal Church. Inspired by Presiding Bishop Michael Currys sermon at the recent royal wedding, however, I have written an essay relating that sermon to the present plight of the ...

  8. Pittsburgh Churches Settle (Sort Of)
    Sent March 22nd 2018

    Pittsburgh Churches Settle (Sort Of) At the end of last month, the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh announced an agreement with nearly all the remaining Anglican parishes that claim to have left the diocese in 2008 and have not otherwise reconciled with t...

  9. "Amen" in the Book of Common Prayer
    Sent March 14th 2018

    "Amen" in the Book of Common Prayer The word amen appears frequently in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. It is not printed the same in all places, however. My latest blog post examines the use of the word in our prayer book. The post links to a ...

  10. On Being a Proud Christian Democrat
    Sent December 11th 2017

    On Being a Proud Christian Democrat I am tired of the media equating Christian with evangelical. A couple of matters today angered me concerning this equation. As a result, I created a graphic proclaiming Staunchly Christian/Proudly Democrat. I know that...

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