By George Weigel
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
There's an Anglican church, St. Luke's, a few blocks up Old Georgetown Road from my parish in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C.. St. Luke's recently posted a large sign on the church lawn: "Whoever who you are, whatever you believe, you are welcome at our table."
Which is, in one sense, a noble sentiment: if it's meant to convey that, look, we're all sinners, and no matter how awful you may think you are, you're welcome in the communion of Christ's Church if you're truly repentant...
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