Amazing. Update on vigil for Grant Solomon

Although we weren’t able to be there, we have received photos and video from the Nashville vigil for Grant Solomon. It was an amazing event, full of love and hope, as participants called for an investigation into the circumstances around Grant’s death. We’ll post more later today, but for now, please enjoy this video. #justiceforgrant

Numbers that matter—on the annual parochial report and missing data

As churches struggle to find footing in what we hope are the waning days of the pandemic, Anglican Watch has been rummaging around the mountains of statistical data from the church. And while there are heaps and piles of data in all directions, we see trends that point to some dangerous omissions in annual report data. Specifically, many parishes are Read More

Sad news from St. Paul’s Montvale

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but mendacity marred the ministry of St. Paul’s Montvale. And yes, we are thinking of the group we generously term “the dissidents” and their abusive behavior. In a letter sent moments ago to parishioners, dissidents, and others, Bishop Carlye Hughes announced that she had approved a request by the church’s vestry to Read More

Episcopal priest Thomas Hudson fingered in MD Catholic abuse report

There’s a big issue with the Maryland attorney general’s report about abusive priests in the Catholic church: the Baltimore circuit court has ordered the redactions of some names, including ten alleged offenders and Catholic officials who may have covered up crimes. And while the Catholic church has assured the public that none of the redacted names reflect persons Read More