[Oe List ...] The Roman Catholic Church, the Old Catholic movement, and o...

Herman Greene hfgreene at mindspring.com
Thu May 3 09:55:01 PDT 2012

Yes, the founding of the Ecumenical Catholic Churches is the opposite of
what is happening in the Episcopal Church. The one involves division in
favor of conservative values, the other is division in favor of progressive



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In most local communities in California, there's no longer an Episcopal
congregation. They're "Anglican" in order to keep the sexual orientation of
their clergy hetero.





In a message dated 5/3/2012 7:31:03 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
tel at telphoto.com writes:

Hmm, they sound like the Episcopal Church. Why did they decide to create a
new organization? 


   Tracy E. Longacre

   from Hilfied Friary, Dorset

   +44 (7519) 636546


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