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Churches Worth Seeing, XVII

The Church of the Holy Communion, Charleston, SC

An historic (and rare) Southern witness to the Anglo-Catholic tradition in the Episcopal Church, set amidst the warmth, charm, and grace of Charleston, South Carolina, the Church of the Holy Communion has borne witness to the Gospel and the Holy Sacraments since 1848. 910 more words


The Bergoglio Effect in Ireland: "The Mass has ended"

by Antonio Socci, unofficial English translation by the From Rome blog.

That Ireland, ancient fortress of Catholicism, has gone over to the people of “gay” marriage (“and who am I to judge”, as the Bishop of Rome is want to say), is a historical event.  1,445 more words


12 Clearly Stated Facts on Biblical Church Leadership

  1. It is God’s church, the Head of which is Jesus Christ. Jesus said HE will build His church. (Matthew 16:13-20; Ephesians 5:23; Colossians 1:18)
  2. The church does not have to have a building or bank accounts (or a “corporate board”) to function.
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Peter Leithart and the Problems with (most) Protestant Ecumenism

Throughout the past year, Peter Leithart has written frequently about ecumenism and Protestant-Catholic/-Orthodox dialogue on his First Things blog. (See, for example, here, here… 931 more words

Eastern Orthodoxy