I’m giving my Bush Derangement Syndrome a night off to share some delightful musical theatre…
couple months late, eh?
On a somewhat related note, I was reading about the schism taking place within the Episcopalian Church here over the acceptance of gay priests and bishops (with thems-that-don’t-like trying to pack up their things and go) when I was surprised by this paragraph:
Conservative leaders in North America say they expect to win approval for their new province from at least seven like-minded primates, who lead provinces primarily in Africa, Australia, Latin America and Asia.
With all due respect to our Anglican friends, you must admit that’s funny, having a church comprised of like-minded primates. If nothing else, it’s the most honest description of organized religion you’ll ever see. I presume they have liberal views about evolution…
Bishop Minns, a priest who led his large, historic church in Fairfax, Va., out of the Episcopal Church two years ago and was subsequently ordained a bishop by the Anglican Archbishop of Nigeria, said in an interview: “One of the questions a number of the primates are asking is why do we still need to be operating under the rules of an English charity, which is what the Anglican Consultative Council does. Why is England still considered the center of the universe?”