Opening the Floodgates

I just want all to know that I stand willing and eager to assist ++Rowan and Fr. Gordon Reid in assisting the thousands of new converts expected any minute now in the Anglican Church (Roman Rite).

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6 Responses to Opening the Floodgates

  1. Chris says:

    Bravo! This is wonderful!

  2. John-Julian, OJN says:

    I do love it! Just think that those who have been “demanding” acceptance into Rome for several years are not formally “Anglicans” at all (“The Traditional Anglican Church”)– that is, they long ago left affiliation with any formal “Anglican” province.

    So, apparently the majority of those who will be fleeing to Rome already fled from the Anglican Communion ages ago and are not – strictly speaking – Anglicans at all.

  3. Anastasia says:

    Isn’t Rite II already enough like the Novus Ordo?

  4. Joe Rawls says:

    Except that Rite II is usually done much more nicely than the Novus Ordo in your typical RC parish. Which is one reason I became a Roman Rite Anglican, or whatever the hell it is, back in 1980.

  5. Anastasia says:

    I could agree with that. Still makes a separate roman rite seem like a pretty silly proposition.

  6. Richard says:

    Any offer is a little late around here. Since the RC episcopal interference in the Bush/Kerry race we’ve had a steady influx, even without offering an alternative rite.

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