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Pope signs papal declaration for Roman Catholic Church to offer oversight to “entire [Anglican] congregations”October 20, 2009
This is a massively significant move on behalf of the pope, especially for “Anglo-Catholics” in the new structures that have sprung up in response to the theological revisionism within the Episcopal Church, and other “progressive” Anglican bodies worldwide. It will be interesting to see what happens…
Two excerpts from the article:
October 20, 2009, will go down in history as a turning point in Catholic-Anglican relations.
This new canonical structure will be open to all in the Anglican Communion (currently 77 million strong), including the Episcopal Church in the United States (approximately 2.2 million)
Update: USATODAY article-more info than the article above.
If you want to be an authentic real person, put down your iPod and pick up your cross.
Excerpt taken from a CTToday article by Colin Hansen entitled “The Case for Christendom.”
Right listening is the beginning of right living.
Do you think this is true? Why or why not?
Here is a link to a new blog I am starting for a small-group that I will be leading in the community right around Wellspring Anglican Church (where I both work and live in Englewood, CO). Check it out and share your thoughts!