Thursday, May 29, 2014


Greg Griffith from "Stand Firm" (Ironically)-

After more than ten years on the front lines of the Anglican wars, I have made a major change. This past Easter vigil, my family and I were confirmed in the Roman Catholic Church.

It’s a measure of what a long and strange journey it’s been for me over this past decade that I’ve even had to entertain the question of what kind of reaction this might cause among people I’ve never even met, or the political ripples it might send out through the various quarters of my allies and opponents.

I was raised in a straight-from-central-casting, large Southern Baptist church: The building occupying an entire city block, the Sunday service televised, communion (as it were) once a year, consisting of saltine crackers and Welch’s grape juice.

More here-

1 comment:

Leonard said...

¨There is of course the heresy and false teaching that infects all but a handful of Episcopal parishes in this diocese - including its bishop, its cathedral, its dean, almost all of its clergy, and a distressing number of the few laypeople who have made the effort to pay attention and learn what’s happening - but the promise of the orthodox Anglican movement outside of The Episcopal Church never materialized either. Populated as that movement is by many good people, it has the institutional feeling of something held together by duct tape and baling wire. It is beset by infighting and consecration fever, and in several of its highest leadership positions are people of atrocious judgement and character.¨
Greg, S.F.

There is no place to hide when the band stops playing and all the lights have burned out...many have come home...the Episcopal Church welcomes everyone and the lights are still on and the doors are still open...this is a very good thing as ALL are welcome in our family...the choir sings, the priests lead prayer/feed us spiritual food and WE exchange the peace/la paz with whomever is there...every single whomever, thanks be to God we are a very forgiving lot.