1. Surely a division now called the "Great Schism" should command our attention, but it is vital that we do not impute similar significance to all modern disagreements in the church.
  2. Today on the Almanac, we consider the Roman Catholic response to Mussolini in the papal encyclical published by Pope Pius XI on this day in 1931.
  3. Today on the Almanac, we remember the election of Charles V to the title of Holy Roman Emperor in 1519.
  4. Today on the Christian History Almanac, we remember the Stratford Martyrs who died on this day in 1556.
  5. Today on the Almanac, we look to the early church and tell the story of Julian the Apostate, Rome’s last pagan emperor, who died on this day in 363.
  6. Gregory is a bridge between the patristic age and the medieval.
  7. Throughout the eighteenth century and into the nineteenth, Anglicans, Presbyterians, and Lutherans would work together on the mission field, at home, and abroad.
  8. This spiritual giant of the Middle Ages is worth considering on this anniversary of his death.
  9. The paradoxical Puritan doctrines of an inability to convert oneself and the command to work out one’s salvation with fear and trembling placed would-be converts like Mather in quite a bind.
  10. The theme of guardianship permeates Christian observances of Michaelmas, unifying this wide variety of celebrations.