An Internet hub for centrists, independents and moderates with domestic and international news, analysis, original reporting and popular features from the left, center and right.
« Blogging for a world â€œof the people, for the peopleâ€? â€“ a personal thank you
Heads I Win, Tails You Lose »
Feb 22, 2007 by SWARAAJ CHAUHAN, International Columnist
Amid talk of a merger between Catholicism and Anglicanism, The Economist takes a look at how the two businesses might fit together…
Posted on Feb 12, 2014
Posted on Jan 3, 2014
Posted on Dec 11, 2013
Posted on Dec 1, 2013
In a time when the anglican church is regularly in the news with stories about discrimination, I don’t think a majority of catholics would like to see their church being united with those bigots. Ratzinger already is a heavy burden on catholics, we don’t need more of his kind.
Looks like the economist can’t find more important topics to fill the pages. Merger? Ridiculous! Just think about what this would mean for Northern Ireland. UIt might even start a new civil war. Idiotic.
1.119 billion catholics, 0.08 billion anglicists? This would be even less of a merger than DaimlerChrysler…
Don’t the Anglicans ordain women? Also I recall that a certain sector of the American Anglican church broke away to join the “Gays should be dead” branch of the African of the Anglican Church (you will be known by the company you keep) while another was ordaining homosexuals. I don’t see anything wrong with this, certainly I favor better treatment of women and gays but since I really don’t believe in any of it, it’s mostly all the same to me. Still, if they were to merge how would that work? Would the catholic church have to start ordaining women? Would the Anglicans have to stop? Do Anglican priests marry?
Did President East, I mean Bush, have anything at all to do with this? I think it bears looking into
Base Design by Elegant Themes | Customized for TMV by T-Steel and Shika | © 2004-2013 The Moderate Voice. All rights reserved.