Monday, April 02, 2007

from archbishop gomez

"To speak of Anglicanism today, either as a church tradition or as an ecclesial communion, is to speak of one of the most vibrant and unstable expressions of Christianity within the world," said the Most Rev. Drexel Gomez, archbishop of the West Indies.

Read the whole thing here.

3 comments:

William Tighe said...

I agree with one of Archbishop Gomez's adjectives.

father wb said...

Dr. Tighe,

I agree with both of them. But then I've lived with the Anglican faithful in other parts of the world and seen the miracles they work.

DDX said...

I would prefer to say "bi-polar" more than "unstable." Like Plato's white and dark horses, one trying to take the chariot higher the other down.