St. Matthew’s to St. Aidan’s

Like so many sojourners to the Orthodox faith, Mary Hoyland grew up as a regular attendee at church. By the time she became an adult, however, the responsibilities of marriage and raising a young family would come to hamper her ability to remain consistent in her church attendance aside from the… Read more

A Place of Refuge

When Father Patrick McCauley first became an Episcopalian years ago, a friend facetiously told him that he had joined the best church that money could buy.”  In fact, another wag observed that the Episcopal Church is the Cadillac of American Christianity’’ and the ‘‘Chivas Regal of Protestantism.’’ These attempts at… Read more