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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

ECUSA Retracts Statement - Tries To Straddle Fence Again

Christian Post correspondent Daniel Blake in London contributed to this report.

Correction: Wednesday, September 26, 2007:

An article on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2007, about a statement issued by the Episcopal House of Bishops incorrectly reported that The Episcopal Church had agreed to halt the ordination of gay clergy in an effort to prevent a schism in the worldwide Anglican Communion. While Episcopal bishops agreed that there should not be consent given to the consecration of non-celibate homosexuals who would “challenge to the wider church and will lead to further strains on communion," they did not state any intentions to bar such consecrations.


THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: Well I guess I should have known the victory would be short lived. It turns out that the Episcopal House of Bishops came out with one statement this morning, and then a few hours later changed it to something else. So the Episcopal Church USA is trying to straddle the fence again. I suppose we should expect nothing less from an organization so deeply corrupted by Liberalism. It's days like this I thank God I'm Catholic. On our journey to Catholicism, my wife and I made a brief stop in the Episcopal Church USA, and we promptly left due to this kind of stuff. To any war-weary conservative Episcopalians out there, I would just like to say you're always welcome in the Catholic Church.