Mark Clavier

Mark Clavier
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Mark Clavier is an American living in the U.K. where he serves as Residentiary Canon of Brecon Cathedral and Director of Convivium: an initiative to connect faith with local environments, heritage, and communities. The author of four books, Mark is currently working on a book about his Afro-Caribbean slave-owning heritage.

Recent Essays

A Pastoral Inheritance: James Rebanks and a Tribute to Our Late Cathedral Sacristan

There is much wisdom contained in English Pastoral for suffering churches. If the last fifty years have shown that innovation and modernization aren’t the solution to our ill-health, they have also made a nostalgic return to yesteryear an impossibility.

Augustine the Agrarian

The world is God’s farm, his flourishing garden. We find ourselves as his workers in his fields, called to cultivate the land and the souls, minds, and bodies of ourselves and our neighbors—in this way all can be “fruitful and multiply.”

Baldwin, Buckley, and Berry on Racism and the World Order

Drawing from both Baldwin and Berry allows us to see that the racist and imperial policies of the past continue to do immense social, economic, cultural, and ecological damage around the globe. Racial injustice is among other things an ecological issue.