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Hope at Lambeth Palace

REUTERS Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, addresses the theology think tank Theos in London on Oct. 1, 2012. The … Continued

Anglicans after Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, announced Friday that he will retire at the end of the year to … Continued

Why Richard Dawkins is still an atheist

In October 2008 I attended a lecture by the Christian apologist John Lennox. He could hardly contain his excitement because … Continued

Politics, Religion and Culture: Top Picks 2010

By Greg Garrett Baylor University Professor and Patheos Columnist The media-world is the shelter where the vast majority of those … Continued

Answering ‘Will Muslims impose Shariah?’

One of the frequent battle cries raised by those who warn that Muslims want to overwhelm the West is that … Continued

Secular roots of religious violence

By Philip Jenkinsauthor When Anglican Archbishop Rowan Williams meets with clergy furious over his church’s sexual liberalism, he might expect … Continued

Faith, values and the World Economic Forum

GEORGETOWN/ON FAITH By Thomas Banchoff Religious leaders lead the faithful. But what do they have to say to others? Not … Continued

Faith and development

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall As Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams occupies a unique position in the religious world, … Continued

Anglican archbishop to meet with pope

By William Wan Two recent developments following the Catholic Church’s surprising overtures last month to Anglicans. First, the Vatican has … Continued

Vatican welcoming only the right?

This Catholic’s View By Thomas J. Reese, S.J. Pope Benedict’s latest initiative toward Anglicans who want to rejoin the Catholic … Continued

Give us your misogynists and bigots

Q: The Vatican is making it easier for Anglicans — priests, members and parishes — to convert to Catholicism. Some … Continued

Ecclesiastical kindergarten games

In the recent communication between the Pope, Benedict XVI, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, which will allow Anglicans … Continued

Rome’s new home for Anglicans

By Austen IvereighAmerica magazine contributor Rome today has announced a legal means for disaffected Anglicans to become Roman Catholic while … Continued

Pope’s Anglican welcome could revolutionize the Church

THIS CATHOLIC’S VIEW By Thomas J. Reese, S.J. The new Vatican structures for dealing with Anglicans who want to join … Continued

Episcopalians Debate Blessing Gay Marriages

By William Wan Having tackled the issue of ordaining gay bishops, the Episcopal convention in Anaheim is now moving on … Continued

Seeking Common Ground between Muslims and Christians

Editor’s Note: The author will moderate a discussion with three Jesuit panelists on the topic “Muslims and Christians: Where Do … Continued

Colluding in Scapegoating the “Other”

What accounts for the discrepancy between 30% of the American public confessing to racial prejudice while 90% claim they believe … Continued

Signs & Wonders: Bishops Walk the Talk

I can’t get my mind off this photograph. I saw it last week as I was rummaging through stories from … Continued

The Case Against Anglican Schism

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest blogger is On Faith panelist Gustav Niebuhr. Your faithful correspondent writes today from London, amidst a … Continued

Church Lags Behind, Again

Whether marriage is a function of the state or the religious institution is not the issue, since the two have … Continued