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No formal response is expected from the UK to the Pope’s offer of a Personal Ordinariate to Anglican groups until after the General Synod meeting in July, it emerged this week.
On Monday, dozens of churches, both Church of England and Roman Catholic, opened their doors for a day of prayer about the Pope’s offer. The invitation was extended last autumn to groups of Anglicans to enter into full communion with the Roman Catholic Church while preserving elements of the distinctive Anglican spiritual and liturgical patrimony (News, 23 October 2009).
The Bishop of Ebbsfleet, the Rt Revd Andrew Burnham, had asked members of Forward in Faith, and others, to make Monday, the feast of the Chair of St Peter, “an opportunity to reflect, pray, and discern the way forward for each of us, our priests and our parishes”. But on his website he said that the day would not be “a day of decision”.
After the General Synod postponed until its July sessions the revision stage of the legislation for women bishops, it is thought that most traditionalists will wait until after that debate before reacting to the Pope’s offer. This means that they will participate actively in elections for the new Synod, which take place during the summer.
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