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Sunday, October 25, 2009

How About An Even Trade???

We will take the Anglican Bishop of Chichester on the South Coast of England & they can have Sr Joan Chittister. We'll even throw in Bishops Weakland & Gumbleton as a bonus. Well, Archbishop Williams do we have a deal????
This is in reference to the following story where Rt Rev John Hind, the Bishop of Chichester, is said to say that he is considering becoming a Roman Catholic: Senior Anglican bishop reveals he is ready to convert to Roman Catholicism. He hasn't said it is definite, just that he is considering. & according to the article, he isn't the only Bishop in Merry Olde England looking across the Tiber.
As has been popping up elsewhere, it is beginning to look like Papa Benedetto will go down as the Pope who started to restore true unity to the Catholic Church. At the least, he is showing us what true ecumenism is.

Source: Anglican Bishop of Chichester Considering Conversion

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