I'm sure many of you are familiar with Taize Community in France. It is an ecumenical community of Christians from different traditions and denominations. It was founded Brother Roger Shultz--a Protestant, but seems to have a very Catholic flavor.
Anyway, according to his Wikipedia page, Brother Shultz was allowed to enter into full communion with Rome, yet without conversion and while keeping his status as a Protestant. By all accounts, he was a very Godly man.
I was wondering what others think about this. Would allowing Protestants to enter into communion with Rome without conversion be an acceptable way forward as we strive for unity and fellowship between all Christians?
I'd be interested in hearing from both Protestants and Catholics a like.