Prayers for a President: What's in a name?

Saying Donald Trump's name five times while facing a mirror (or a lectern) will not summon him like the Candyman. ... Will he appear at the sound of his name to murder you with a hook jammed in the bloody stump of his right arm? Sources say no. Trump is not Beetlejuice, either. You will not call him forth from the Netherworld or Trump Tower by the incantation of his name at prayer.


Remnant in Scotland find hope through Gafcon

David McCarthy speaks to the hope the GAFCON movement brings to traditionalists in Scotland


Muslim prayer at Gloucester cathedral

Cathedral spokesman reports the recitation of the Shahada was part of a multi-fath cultural exhibit held in the cathedral cloisters, and not part of


Glasgow cathedral communicants protest Koran readings

Letter charges cathedral provost with making tolerance a one way street by persecuting worshippers who disagree with reading the Koran during Christian worship


Letter to the Times on the Glasgow Koran controversy

Gavin Ashenden explains to the readers of The Times why reading the Koran in Christian worship is problematic


Satiric reflections on the Glasgow cathedral Koran controversy

Nothing speaks of God's love more than reporting those who say things you don't like.


Report from the January 2017 meeting of the College of Bishops of the ACNA

We met together January 9-13, 2017, in Melbourne, Florida during the first week of Epiphany. Our time together was a balanced mix of worship, teaching, business, and fellowship.

Statement by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation

In this Reformation Anniversary year, many Christians will want to give thanks for the great blessings they have received to which the Reformation directly contributed.


Statement by the Dean of Washington's National Cathedral on the church's role in the inauguration of President Trump

As the new Dean of Washington National Cathedral, I have seen firsthand the Cathedral’s singular ability to draw the nation’s attention to an issue or a cause.