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“Cassock-gate,” the Reformation, and The Book of Common Prayer

I have only been the Rector of my congregation for seven months and already I have had to face-down my first, Watergate-sized scandal. Kyrie eleison. Picture it: Sewanee, Tennessee. 2017. There I was standing in the front of a lecture hall giving a presentation on The Book of Common Prayer as a part of Sewanee’s … Continue reading “Cassock-gate,” the Reformation, and The Book of Common Prayer