Sunday, October 25, 2009

Fr. Thomas Reese, S.J. On NPR

The Vatican made waves last week with a controversial overture to disaffected Anglicans upset over the ordination of gays and women.

Under the new plan, entire Anglican congregations could switch their allegiance to Rome, while still keeping their own traditions. Some conservative Anglicans welcomed the Vatican's actions, while the mainline Episcopal Church in America called it an affront.
Host Guy Raz sorts out the decision and its impact with a range of Christian thinkers: Episcopal Church spokesman Jim Naughton; Archbishop Robert Duncan, of the breakaway conservative Anglican Church in North America; Jesuit priest Thomas Reese of Georgetown University; and former nun Karen Armstrong.

Listen (here)

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