I wish the video had been available.
I am a Catholic convert. My father is a retired Episcopal Priest. He had no problems with my conversion I am happy to say.
Being the son of a Priest gave me some unique insights. Most of the similarities are visible on the surface, but certainly it is the closest denomination in my estimation to the CC. The differences chiefly deal with the sacraments. The Arch Bishop of Canterbury and the house of Bishops have no real authority.
The Diocesan Bishop only has limited authority. This can be problematic for a whole multitude of reasons. Catholics go much further in our belief and handling of the Eucharist. It is the body, blood, and presence of Christ, and it is treated that way.
Another important sacrament is the confession. The general prayer of confession in the EC did not lift the weight of sin from my heart the way confessing to a priest has. I love the EC, but I was not a good Christian in comparison to the way I am now as a Catholic. It has changed my life.
To be Catholic is to live the religion. I have a rich prayer life now, and I stay focused. I now attempt to “live” the example of Christ. I must do this in order to effectively bring others the message of Christ. My sins are forgiven, but I am still responsible for them, subject to the grace of God which only he can know.
It took a great deal of misery to get me here, but the trip was entirely worth the cost of the ticket! You know your free to visit anytime right? I promise no one will corner you!
Yours in Christ