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St. Thomas More might disagree

By Diogenes (articles ) | Dec 04, 2003

Seattle's Archbishop Alexander Brunett, the co-chairman of ARCIC, spoke to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer about the fallout from the ordination of a gay Anglican bishop:

"I can't tell you how much anger I hear from Anglican bishops around the world," Brunett said.

"It puts us on the spot," he added. "We don't have any disagreement with the Anglican Church."

Sts. Thomas More, John Fisher, and Edmund Campion-- not to mention Pope Leo XIII-- may be surprised to learn that we don't have any disagreement with the Anglican Church.

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