By Fr. Wilson (articles ) | Dec 04, 2003
The Church of England Newspaoer discloses something which has been going on for quite some time now: quiet conversations between the Holy See, the Anglican traditionalist movement Forward in Faith, and the leadership of the international "Traditional Anglican Communion," a fellowship of churches which separated from the official Anglican Communion in the 1970s over doctrinal liberalization.
Evidently, these talks have been proceeding at a good pace and very cordially. This is something we should make an object of our prayers. It would be wonderful if this crisis served to bring many back home.
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Dec. 04, 2003 8:44 PM ET USA
Why has there been such a "news black-out" on all this? Tell us more about the "Traditional Anglican Communion" and "conversations" with them. Let us pray something comes of it, even if it requires binding Roger & Company, incl. Brom, with strong ropes and sending them off to vacation on an isolated island. Let us ask the intercession of Our Lady of Walsingham, Our Lady of the Atonement, Our Lady of England, for the restoration of the rest of her dowry. A dowry is an INALIENABLE property.