Monday, April 25, 2005

As I was checking the news from around the world on Google, I ran across this paragraph in an article written by Sandi Dolbee, writing for the San Diego Union Tribune:

"Representatives from more than 140 governments and religious groups sat in long rows near the statues of St. Peter and St. Paul. Among them: Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (leader of the U.S. delegation), Prince Albert II of Monaco, King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and Martha Sahagun, wife of Mexican President Vicente Fox. All are Catholic."

I realize that for the last few months I have been in something of a fog due to extreme hypothyroidism, but when did the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, end his schism and come into full Communion with the Catholic Church? This is a major coup for the forces of truth. Does this mean that we get Lambeth Castle and all the other property which the Anglicans took from the Catholic Church?

Or is this just another example of how utterly clueless most members of the American MSM (mainstream media, thanks to whomever introduced that abbreviation to me) are when it comes to matters of religion?

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