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Legbreakers and the Lex Orandi

By Diogenes (articles ) | Oct 31, 2003

"At some point, it becomes a security issue, not a liturgical issue."

That's ECUSA spokesman James Solheim, commenting on how the organizers of Gene Robinson's upcoming consecration plan to deal with protest.

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  • Posted by: - Nov. 01, 2003 1:58 AM ET USA

    ECUSA will most likely soon collapse and disappear, most of its broken remnants perhaps swallowed up by the Lutherans. All the recent noise does is prepare a few more nails for its corpse's coffin. Meanwhile, we can continue to urge our bishops to authorize more Anglican Use Roman Catholic parishes. But I expect that the anti-Anglican "Berlin Wall" the bishops have erected will remain intact. Are they afraid of first-rate liturgies devoutly celebrated, and of the traditional Nicene Creed?

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