Catholic Anglican conversion talks

Two major Christian denominations meet to discuss conversion and doctrinal issues.

    FROM THE BLOGS
    Religious recruitment
    By Barbara Serra in The Europe Blog
    Leaders for the Roman Catholic and Anglican churches have met for the first time since the Vatican unveiled plans to target Anglicans for conversion.

    Splits within the worldwide Anglican community have led some to fear a mass move to the Papal brand of christianity.

    Reporting from Rome, Al Jazeera's Barbara Serra says it is these internal divisions, rather than the lure of Rome, that pose the greatest threat to the future of the Archbishop of Canterbury's church.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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