"Something fine and bracing" | National Catholic Reporter by MSW. MGB: In the end, the people in the pews who write the checks must become sick of Romanization, which I regard as illegitimate. It is the papacy's revenge on the world for its loss of secular power, which was also illegitimate. At some point, if St. Malachy is correct, the Roman Church will move toward the East and in doing so shed most of its holding, including, hopefully, the American or entire English speaking Church. Such a shedding would remove the biggest obstacle to ecumenicism - Romanism - and I am sure the Church of England would be back in the tent rather quickly - although there may be rump parishes who still wish to link to a separate Roman Church. I will not be a member of any of these.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
- Name: Michael Bindner
- Location: Alexandria, Virginia, United States
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