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“Ecumenists can be found, however, who are quite adventurous in suggesting that the so-called "uniate" Churches in full communion with Rome offer the best model for Anglicans seeking an ecclesial future in full communion.”
“A certain number of Bulgars at Kukush in Macedonia and elsewhere form a "uniate" church, which accepts the authority and dogma of Rome, but preserves the Orthodox rite and discipline.”
“And although, as Archbishop Hepworth pointed out in his statement, "most of these rites are descended from ancient churches that have never been part of the Roman or Western rite",5 leading English theologian Fr Aidan Nichols OP has publicly supported the uniate model as a viable model for an Anglican Rite Church.”
“Now, let us suppose that the English Missal is admitted as a liturgy of a uniate TAC under Rome; that is, they are granted a uniate ritual church which includes our Mass, whether in liturgical English or in Latin.”
“No bishop wants scores of his subjects to decamp to a uniate church for all the Sacraments!”
“I know from a little bit of private communication that Bishop Chislett favors the uniate structure strongly and they all have very well in mind the less than fully satisfactory Anglican Usage structure and its issues here in the US.”
“Their Primate has, in the past, declined to suggest to Rome what structure a uniate TAC might take.”
“The whole thing can benefit us, I suppose, because if two Churches of England can share the often mediæval bricks and mortar, then so can a TAC uniate church under Rome.”
“Life nor a uniate complete divine Mind, nor does it give itself whole and all-including to its subject.”
“Mind, and the complete unity Life [= Soul] — is neither a uniate complete”
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