Monday, 20 October 2003

Monday reports

Former Archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, urged that no one should leave the Anglican Communion over the consecration of Canon Gene Robinson in an article Anglican discord lamented in the Charleston Post and Courier in South Carolina.

Carey ‘reminded people that the efficacy of the sacraments is not hindered by the unworthiness of the priests, according to Anglican theology. “I strongly resist a realignment of the communion,” Carey said.’

The same article carries quotes from Canon Robinson at a question-and-answer session in New Hampshire yesterday. A fuller report of that can be found in the New Hampshire-based Concord Monitor.

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'Unworthiness of the priests': Who is it that is unworthy here? Who is worthy anywhere?

Posted by: Scott Knitter on Tuesday, 21 October 2003 at 12:02am BST