Saturday, May 14, 2005

Fight for the faith: Two Anglican parishes form opposing camps

[Laurel Leader] May 12, 2005--Worshippers recite a solemn liturgy using archaic language, sprinkled with "thee's" and "thou's." Some of the female parishioners wear lace veils as a display of respect. The service is led - as required - by males alone.

Does this article accurately describe the differences between liberal Episcopalians and orthodox Anglicans? Do you think the Anglican Catholic Church as portrayed in this article is representative of Anglican orthodoxy? How would you respond to some of the assertions liberal Episcopalians make in this article? You might want to email your comments to the writer of the article.

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