Saturday, July 05, 2008

More on Anglicans and Rome

It`s interesting to see this story in the Telegraph about a conversation between the Vatican (the CDF) and senior Anglican bishops over what help they could be given in the face of their current difficulties. From what is reported here from bishop Kieran Conry it looks as if Rome might be willing to offer a more imaginative solution than as offered over the ordination of Anglican women priests.

The Rt Rev Kieran Conry, the Bishop of Arundel and Brighton, said: "A number of Church of England bishops are looking at the options open to them should things go wrong at the Lambeth Conference. Some are hoping for accommodation with the Catholic Church, but yet maintaining their Anglican identity."

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