Dino Marcantonio discusses the importance of location when designing and building a church — using the principles outlined by St. Germanus. One such principle: make sure the sanctuary is orientated toward the East, so the priest and assembly will “face God” when they pray.
Russell D. Moore provides an important explanation for how to preach the gospel in an abortion culture.
Amy Julia Becker reviews the book “The Bible, Disability, and the Church: A New Vision of the People of God,” by Amos Young.
When Pope Benedict XVI opened the door for Episcopalians to join the Catholic church, one consequences was that many married Episcopal priests are now married Catholic priests. Richard Cipolla writes about the unusual situation in The Wall Street Journal.
Rabbi Adam Jacobs has an interesting essay on prayer in the Huffington Post.