1. The Anglican Covenant, Yet Again
    Sent January 25th 2015

    The Anglican Covenant, Yet Again Kelvin Holdsworths essay about the two episcopal consecrations in the Church of England has rightly received a good deal of attention. The situation in England made me think about what might be happening now had all the c...

  2. The Missionary Society (Again)
    Sent January 12th 2015

    The Missionary Society (Again) I have seen little comment on the 200-page “Report to the Church 2015” that was released on Friday. I find it a frustrating document and a maddening one in its use of the phrase the Misso...

  3. How Should We Refer to God?
    Sent December 22nd 2014

    How Should We Refer to God? Many Episcopalians avoid using masculine pronouns to refer to God. I dont find this helpful, and I dont think it solves any problem that feminists might identify. This is the subject of my latest blog post, How Should We Refe...

  4. Episcopal Cafe Performance Improves
    Sent December 18th 2014

    Episcopal Cafe Performance Improves [N.B. The software that sends these messages and archives them seems to have trouble with the character. Hence, the error in the title of this message.] I am happy to report that the poor performance of Episcopal Caf...

  5. More Episcopal Cafe Mysteries
    Sent December 6th 2014

    More Episcopal Cafe Mysteries [N.B. The software that sends these messages and archives them seems to have trouble with the character. Hence, the error in the title of this message.] It may seem like I have a thing about the new Episcopal CafÃ&c...

  6. Probing the Mysteries of Episcopal Cafe
    Sent December 4th 2014

    Probing the Mysteries of Episcopal Caf Frequent readers of Episcopal Caf are having a difficult time adjusting to the redesigned site. I count myself among that group. I have spent more time that I want to admit figuring out how the new site works and ho...

  7. Diocesan Convention 2014: An Outsider's View
    Sent November 13th 2014

    Diocesan Convention 2014: An Outsider's View Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh board member Beth Stifel spent her time at last weekends diocesan convention at our PEP display promoting the showing of /Inequality for All/. In a guest essay on my blo...

  8. PEP to Screen Inequality for All
    Sent October 27th 2014

    PEP to Screen Inequality for All Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh is offering a free screening of the Robert Reich documentary /Inequality for All/ on November 14 at St. Andrews Episcopal Church. PEP believes that income inequality is an issue abo...

  9. Completing the Michaelmas Massacre
    Sent October 18th 2014

    Completing the Michaelmas Massacre I find myself too angry with the General Theological Seminarys Board of Trustees to write a coherent essay about what was decided yesterday. In a new post, however, I have linked to essays by others. I have also offered...

  10. Letter to GTS Board of Trustees
    Sent October 15th 2014

    Letter to GTS Board of Trustees With the GTS 8 meeting with members of the Board of Trustees of the General Theological Seminary tomorrow, I decided it was time to write to the members of the board. Surely, my rhetoric is not going to change the course o...

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