1. The Rest of the Story
    Sent August 3rd 2014

    The Rest of the Story Listening to today’s gospel reading (feeding the five thousand) led me to imagine an epilogue to the story. I’m not quite sure how to characterize my addendum to Matthew’s gospel...

  2. The South Carolina Amnesia
    Sent July 13th 2014

    The South Carolina Amnesia My latest post is frankly satirical. It is was inspired by the witnesses for the plaintiffs (i.e., the partisans of deposed bishop Mark Lawrence) in the trial now going on in South Carolina. The witnesses apparently forgot the...

  3. Quinn Out as Canon, In as Interim Cathedral Dean
    Sent July 7th 2014

    Quinn Out as Canon, In as Interim Cathedral Dean My latest post is likely to be of interest mostly to Episcopalians in Pittsburgh. The Rev. Canon Scott Quinn is no longer canon to the ordinary. He is now interim dean of Trinity Cathedral. I discuss this ...

  4. Pittsburgh Bishop OKs Priests Officiating at Same-Sex Marriages
    Sent July 4th 2014

    Pittsburgh Bishop OKs Priests Officiating at Same-Sex Marriages After consultation concerning the legal and canonical issues, Bishop of Pittsburgh Dorsey McConnell has empowered Pittsburgh clergy to officiate at same-sex weddings. I discuss this favorabl...

  5. Some Thoughts in Light of the Hobby Lobby Opinion
    Sent July 1st 2014

    Some Thoughts in Light of the Hobby Lobby Opinion After much thought, too much time writing, and probably too little time editing, I have produced a post about yesterday’s /Hobby Lobby/ decision. (Spoiler alert: I am not keen on it.) Yo...

  6. Correcting the Record
    Sent July 1st 2014

    Correcting the Record Many news stories followed the announcement by the Supreme Court of the /Hobby Lobby/ decision. One story on NPR characterized the outcome as a victory for religious groups. I assert that it was only a victory for far-right Evangeli...

  7. Staging the Easter Vigil
    Sent June 21st 2014

    Staging the Easter Vigil For many years, I was heavily involved in decisions about the shape of the Great Vigil of Easter at my church. In my latest post, I offer my notes on the service. I hope others can benefit from my experience. My post is Staging t...

  8. Bishop Answers Questions, Explains Same-Sex Marriage Delay
    Sent June 17th 2014

    Bishop Answers Questions, Explains Same-Sex Marriage Delay This is a follow-up on Saturday’s announcement of the Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh meeting last night. My latest post reports on the discussion with Bishop Dorsey McC...

  9. Bishop McConnell to Speak at PEP Meeting
    Sent June 14th 2014

    Bishop McConnell to Speak at PEP Meeting Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh is sponsoring an event on Monday, June 16, at Calvary Church. Bishop McConnell will be speaking on the state of the diocese. Details can be found in my post Bishop McConnell...

  10. The Episcopal Church Center as a Symbol of Episcopal Unity
    Sent June 4th 2014

    The Episcopal Church Center as a Symbol of Episcopal Unity Del Glover has published the first installment of a two-part essay on whether we should relocate the Episcopal Church Center from 815 Second Avenue in New York City. Glover raises an issue I have...

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