Monthly Archives: October 2020

Across the Church from Ghost to Ghost

Every evening, as night falls and darkness spreads its long, icy fingers across the land, silence descends like a pall upon the cathedrals, churches and graveyards of The Episcopal Church. Buildings that, only a few hours earlier, were bustling and full and life, stand empty in the dark. Or do they? Some say that our majestic houses of… Read More »

Bishop Love Title IV Decision Raises Troubling Ethical Issues for The Episcopal Church

Church governance geeks in the Episcopal Church heard earlier this week that the ironically named Bishop Love of the diocese of Albany has been found guilty by a Title IV hearing panel of violating general convention resolution B012, which requires all bishops to permit same-sex marriage in their dioceses. As one of the first same-sex couples married in… Read More »