Sunday, July 6, 2008

Orthodox C of E Bishops in Rome Talks

This report is from today's TELEGRAPH in London. It has been known for some time that different configurations of Anglican Catholics (including the TAC) have been in serious conversation with Rome about the possibility of an "Anglican church in full communion" against the backdrop of the accelerating disintegration of first world Anglican churches under so-called "liberal" leadership.

"Senior Church of England bishops have held secret talks with Vatican officials to discuss the crisis in the Anglican communion over gays and women bishops. They met senior advisers of the Pope in an attempt to build closer ties with the Roman Catholic Church, The Sunday Telegraph has learnt.

"Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, was not told of the talks and the disclosure will be a fresh blow to his efforts to prevent a major split in the Church of England.

"In highly confidential discussions, a group of conservative bishops expressed their dismay at the liberal direction of the Church of England and their fear for its future . . .

Go to the article HERE.

For an article I wrote two years ago about the TAC and Rome go HERE.


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