Readers who are following the continuing blog series on Traditional Anglicanism might like to follow the combox where the Anglican Bishop of Ebbsfleet has weighed in. Bishop Andrew is a Provincial Episcopal Bishop otherwise known as a ‘flying bishop’. He is consecrated within the Anglican Church and ministers to a non geographical ‘diocese’ of traditionalists who are unable to accept the ministry of their own liberal Anglican diocesan bishop.
Bishop of Ebbsfleet
August 9, 2009 by 2 Comments
Bishop Andrew is a good man, and is trying to find ways for a group of Anglicans to be received into full communion with Rome. Despite my sharpish words about our Anglican brothers and sisters, I do want to put on record my own affection for them, and for the venerable and beautiful Anglican tradition. I am not optimistic about corporate reunion schemes, but I hope and pray that something new and exciting will work out which might bring these good people into full communion with the Holy See.