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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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"I know that many of you are worried, some deeply worried, by the threat of fragmentation at the heart of the Anglican Communion," the cardinal said. "We are profoundly in solidarity with you.
"Our great desire is that the Anglican Communion be united, rooted in this historical faith, which our dialogue and relationships, over the course of four decades, have brought us to believe is widely shared."
Cardinal Kasper directly addressed the two issues that are causing conflict within the Anglican Communion, and which brought some leaders to boycott the Lambeth Conference altogether: the ordination of homosexuals and the blessing of same-sex marriages, and the ordination of women.
He assured his listeners that the Catholic Church believes its position on both issues is deeply rooted in sacred Scripture.
"In light of the tensions of past years in regard [to questions on human sexuality], a clear declaration from the Anglican Communion would offer us greater possibilities to provide a common testimony on human sexuality and matrimony, a testimony painfully necessary for the world of today," Cardinal Kasper suggested.
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