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Out of the question: Bull on Anglican orders

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I think it was Pope Leo XIII who declared Anglican orders to be invalid in the 19th century. Is this still in force? If so, why?

On 13 September 1896, Pope Leo XIII issued the encyclical Apostolicae Curae, which in unequivocal terms declared Anglican ...

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