“Speaking Faithfully: Communications as Evangelism in a Noisy World,” is a 2012 book by Canticle partners Jim Naughton and Rebecca Wilson. Described as “a down-to-earth guide that syncs theology with technology,” the book combines theological reflection, strategic advice, and step-by-step plans for developing and carrying out communications in church organizations large and small.
Bishops United Against Gun Violence, formed after mass shootings in 2012 at a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin and at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, is a group of nearly 70 Episcopal bishops working to curtail the epidemic of gun violence in the United States. Canticle Communications provides day-to-day operations, strategic support, and event management to the coalition.
Thrive! magazine, launched in 2012, is the biannual publication of the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago. Read it online.
Crossings is the biannual magazine of Church Divinity School of the Pacific. Read it online.
In 2016, Canticle led the team that created a new logo and website for the Episcopal Diocese of Washington.
The Chicago Consultation, a group of Episcopal and Anglican lay people, clergy and bishops, supports the full inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Christians in the Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion. Today its work is concentrated in sub-Saharan Africa, where it work with theologians, clergy and advocates to build networks and explore the intersection of scripture and sexuality. In 2015, African Anglicans, Episcopalians from the United States, and members of other African churches, met in consultation in Africa for the third time in four years, this time in Elmina, Ghana.
House of Deputies President Gay Clark Jennings publishes a newsletter for deputies and other interested subscribers.