Wednesday, 24 February 2010

What court action within a diocese looks like from the inside

Sometimes when I read those accounts of The Episcopal Church suing to get 'its' property back I have visions of Ali McBeal type lawyers haggling in a plush office. This is what it looks like on the sharp end. 

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for posting this Revd. Richardson!

    I particulurly enjoyed the following comment by 'wingshadow'

    "Sometimes God works in mysterious ways, but sometimes I think we miss what He is doing because He is so obvious about it. Good Shepard is not the only Anglican congregation out there which has been substantially rescued by the Roman Catholic Church. I’ve only preached a few sermons myself (as a layman), but they have been preached, to an Anglican congregation, from the pulpit of a small Catholic Church. No doubt there are Roman bishops and priests who would never be so generous, but it does indeed bring a tear to one’s eye when witness those who do take the directives to love the Lord our God, and to love our neighbors, seriously. May our Lord bless them richly for it."