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Are 815 in any sense graceful?

Some telling words from the Bishop of South Carolina: All of this leads me to believe that the challenges that lie before a predominately conservative diocese like South Carolina have now been enormously increased if only because of the perception

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Rowan and Marx

I’m getting a teensy weensy bit fed up with the number of conservatives (christian and political) criticising Rowan Williams for his usage of Marx in critiquing modern capitalism and especially the events of the last few weeks or so. Here’s

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The Right to Say “No”

FormerlyGay has picked up on a news story in California: California’s highest court on Monday barred doctors from invoking their religious beliefs as a reason to deny treatment to gays and lesbians, ruling that state law prohibiting sexual orientation discrimination

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Clarifying the Nicene Point

Alan Jacobs has written a helpful critique of one of the points I made below. I have a number of qualms about the validity of Ould’s reading of the Councils’ “principle of diocesan integrity.” First of all, his reading would

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Who wears the trousers?!

A friend is anticipating the arrival of his baby girl next month and the prospect of (very) imminent fatherhood has led him to ponder what it means to be the leader in his family. I personally am ecstatic to see

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