Pope offers Anglicans a place in church BY NICOLE WINFIELD ASSOCIATED PRESS
VATICAN CITY -- The Catholic Church said Tuesday that it would make it easier for Anglicans to join the church, reaching out to those upset by the election of female and gay bishops.
The Catholic Church does not ordain women or elevate openly gay men to bishops.
Pope Benedict XVI approved a church provision that will allow members of the Anglican church -- known as the Episcopal Church in the United States -- to become Catholics while maintaining many of their distinctive spiritual and liturgical traditions, including having married priests. (Source)
Translation: Do you hate women and the gays... you are welcome to be a Catholic. You don't even have to follow all of those other things about being a Catholic because you are disgusted by women and the gays... because that's the most important thing.
Maybe it's not exactly like that, but using a division in another church over a social issue in order to drive numbers in your own flock... that is wrong.
I wouldn't say they hate women and gays... most of 'em are women anyway although they're not allowed to be priests because Jesus was a man... Oh, and they believe that gays should be accepted with respect and sensitivity - not to holy orders though because they have an objective disorder.
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