Sunday, June 20, 2010

If we are to be an international church, then why not go Roman?

from The Lead:

Lucas Mix, a college chaplain at the University of Arizona, raises a very good question on his blog. It seems that the Anglican Communion is in the midst of deciding for itself if it is to be an international body or a family of national autocephalous churches. The arc of the actions that were initiated with the Virginia Report back in 1997 and leading through to Windsor compliance commission of today would seem to indicate that we are moving in the international direction.

Yet, as Lucas points out, there's an implication to the international track that not many have mentioned...

Read it all.

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