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Anglicanorum Coetibus: too many terms and conditions from Rome

From the Revd Dr Lorraine M. Cavanagh

Sir, — The latest overture to disaffected Anglicans is unlikely to make Pope Benedict XVI remembered for bringing about full and visible unity between Anglicans and the Church of Rome, something that he would very much like to be remembered for. This is because Anglicanorum Coetibus has nothing to do with genuine reconciliation, still less with unity.

Reconciliation is a two-way process. Unity is an ongoing ...

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