The NYT simply cannot resist condescending comment about the new Anglican-use dispensation announced yesterday by Rome.
It is insulting to Anglicans and the difficult choice prayerfully made to enter into communion with the universal Church to say that they would do so only because they "have nowhere else to go" in a lead article in today's Times.
Could it be that these sincere Christians follow Christ, as the name implies, and find Him more fully present in the Church we commonly call Catholic?
The NYT is more marginalized by such superficial commentary which encourages increasing numbers of readers to turn instead to other sources for the serious engagement which faith merits.
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