Anglican Futility Players
David Virtue on Pointless Dialogue
For the background to this story, see Louis Tarsitano’s “Primates in Portugal” in this issue.
A strange quiet seems to have fallen upon the Episcopal Church and the wider Anglican world in the wake of the Primates’ Meeting in Oporto. The primates’ message, which many expected would be a sizzler for the Episcopal Church, fizzled as well as sizzled. The primates issued a warning to the Episcopal Church, but gave it a year’s grace period to get in line, though what they would do if it didn’t was left unsaid.
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