Good Friday: Anglican Abp Justin Welby on “Getting the Answer You Didn’t Want”

Powerful stuff. … [Read more...]

Today in Perverse Incentives…

Man writes article against internet-as-parish, fills it with links to intriguing websites: ...It is unhealthy to have more co-religionist friends online than in your own parish. I have seen this happen to some converts who first encountered Orthodoxy online—an increasingly common phenomenon—and therefore naturally built their new identities around people and ideas from the Internet. The parish, characterized by creative chaos, is by definition a place to practice humility, patience, and bro … [Read more...]

Roderick Mead’s St Michael for the Modern Age

via the extraordinary Monster Brains … [Read more...]

“Everything in the Gospels Is About the Mass”: PEG Writes Your Homily for You!

Service journalism: I’m a very very beginning exegete, and the sort of Exegesis 101 rule for the Old Testament that they give you is “Everything in the Old Testament is about Jesus.”I’d like to propose a new Biblical exegesis 101 rule: everything in the Gospels is about the Mass.I mean, just off the top of my head... more (I really got a lot from this) … [Read more...]

Fine, I Admit It, I Like This One

Found here; some of the others also worth a giggle. … [Read more...]

Poor Little Rich Christian: Hulu’s Intermittently-Insightful “Rev.”

“First let's say morning prayer. But let's say it quietly, in case somebody here has got a hangover.”That's from the first episode of Rev., a Hulu series about an Anglican vicar in a tough London neighborhood, and it captures the show's best side: a humorous acceptance of human weakness, combined with a seriousness about prayer. There's a lot to love about Rev., so although I'm going to be critical, I want to start by highlighting what's so intriguing and endearing about the show. Its first t … [Read more...]

From “The New Evangelization”

Jesus does not really make chaos or problems. He stirs up existing problems and makes us aware of the false peace we strike with the world. Jesus ruins this false peace and gives us peace grounded on truth. --get the book here; it uses this image, our attempt to negotiate a false peace with the world, a couple of times, & I really like it. … [Read more...]


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