Updated Saturday afternoon
Richard E Helmer writes at the Episcopal Café about The vow of poverty: Reflecting on the witness of Francis.
Benjamin Guyer writes at The Living Church about Law, Liturgy, Wisdom.
Margaret Hebblethwaite writes in The Guardian about Christianity for a television age. “Can you have a christianity that has no symbols of sanctity, and no knowledge of history? That is how evangelical churches seem.”
Pierre Whalon writes about All Souls … especially your own …
Theo Hobson writes in The Guardian about Britain’s illiberal attitude to the church has driven me away. “The Anglican church’s version of Christianity is full of charming but deadly imperial ghosts. It needs an almighty exorcism.”
Bishop Alan Wilson writes about Change, Decay and Renewal and says he is “rather glad the Church isn’t the same as the one into which I was ordained 31 years ago”.
And finally here is a report on the 2010 International Anglican Bloggers Summit Meeting.