[quote="TarkanAttila, post:4, topic:309098"]
If you wish to worship Christ, he's in our churches, and sadly not the Anglo-Catholic's. At least, not in the same way. Their bread feeds and nourishes. But the Catholic body and blood gives new life.
The ability to say where Christ has not manifested Himself is (thankfully) above any of our paygrades.
[quote="kcbk, post:14, topic:309098"]
Yeah. Ok. :rotfl:
You guys are so smart. :p
*They are still married. *
The marital status of priests is not inherent to the validity of their ordination, so I'm not sure what them being married has to do with it.
They still carry on with their Anglican ways.
Those heathens! :rotfl:
I am a devout Roman Catholic. I love my Protestant friends. But **the Pope has no clue what he is doing **in regards to the Anglicans he has been taking into Communion.
It's a "kiss the ring" money issue.
Ah, more Catholic than the Pope, eh? :D
You can't tell me this Anglican Parish is more Catholic than that Anglican Parish. It's Political. :tsktsk:
To the contrary, Anglican parishes cover a very wide spectrum, from low church and reformed in theology, to those that are barely distinguishable from Catholic parishes. The same goes for individual Anglicans.
The Anglican Ordinariate is essentially the recognition of the difference between big-T Tradition and little-t tradition. Anglican Churches that enter the Ordinariate accept the big-T tradition as the Catholic Church defines it but would like to retain something of their own little-t tradition. It was a pastoral consideration.