Catholicism and Christian Pluralism

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Have you ever overheard people discussing how world religions are basically the same, and only superficially different? “We have different opinions about the small stuff,” someone says, “but when it comes down to the essential beliefs, every religion is the same.” This has been described as the “God on the Mountain” perspective. God (or whatever you call ...

Anglican Decline and Its Biblical Remedy

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For years, I thought I was called to be an Anglican priest. My wife and I wanted to plant an Anglican church in Minneapolis. To that end, I attended a beautiful Anglican seminary couched in the forests of Wisconsin. There, surrounded by men and women much holier than myself, I was challenged to grow up in ...

Lay, Catholic, and Suburban: Who’d-a-thunk it?

By Sunday, July 20, 2014 0 No tags Permalink 0

Tyler and Brittany here, your friends from Church of the Cross. We want to thank you for joining us in a process of discernment, a vision of fruitfulness, a lived prayer. From the Seminarian Fund to long prayer gatherings, from countless warm conversations to hot seat interviews, we would not be doing the Kingdom work ...

Nashotah House: Your Next Road Trip

By Thursday, June 21, 2012 0 No tags Permalink 0

Nashotah House, in all its trend-less glory, is still making itself relevant after more than a hundred and seventy years of ministry. With a spruced up campus, a top-notch faculty, and a packed library, the House is ready for the next generation of Anglicans in the know. And maybe it’s high time you scheduled an ...

Nashotah’s Benedictine Rule

By Tuesday, March 13, 2012 0 No tags Permalink 0

Folks here at Nashotah House have been picking up the same vibes as everyone else in the Midwest: it’s been a strange winter—unusually gray and unseasonably warm. Early March in Wisconsin is usually knee-high in snowdrifts. But today it’s raining, and across our wooded campus the ground is warm and smelling of spring. Seminarians in ...