by John P. Connolly
July 22, 2008
As Christians around the world watch the Anglican Lambeth Conference unfold, the rifts in the Global Anglican Communion and the Episcopal Church have fueled speculation that some dissatisfied elements might be preparing to convert to Roman Catholicism.
The speculation has intensified with an address by Roman Catholic Archbishop John J. Myers of Newark, Ecclesiastical Delegate for the Pastoral Provision to the Anglican Use Conference in San Antonio earlier this month. During that speech, Archbishop Myers said the Vatican is trying to expand the "Anglican Use" liturgy to accommodate converting Anglicans...
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