“Our Anglican heritage equips us very well for this way of working together. In and through Jesus, we are committed to one another, not to the idol of like-mindedness. Whatever we face and wrestle over, we find that all we can celebrate together still trumps the dividing lines.”
Print edition: Issue Eight, July 1, 2015 In this issue: “From Liverpool: Linked to You as ‘Jesus People’” By the Rt. Rev. Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool “Encountering Dios: My Bilingual Worship Experience” By Aisha Huertas Michel, Communications Director, the Diocese of Virginia Traducción al Español: “Mi Experiencia de […]
Talking one-on-one with your bishop is intimidating. Chances are you don’t actually know your bishop that well, and chances are the whole office feels mysterious and infused with authority. This is, perhaps, the exact person who was interviewing you for postulancy five years before; this might be the exact person who determined that you would be ordained; this might be the very bishop who laid hands on you at your ordination. And then maybe you’ve been in the same room with him five times over as many years. And it’s intimidating.
Print edition: Click to read Center Aisle’s third issue, for Friday, June 26, 2015. In this issue: “Marriage Equality: Two Bishops, Two Approaches” by the Rt. Rev. Andrew Doyle, Bishop of Texas and the Rt. Rev. Thomas Ely, Bishop of Vermont “Should Retired Bishops Be Allowed to Vote?” by the […]