English Bishops Call for Islamic Prayer Rooms in Catholic Schools
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What?????

Quote: ...the bishops want their schools to offer Wudhu facilities, too: bidets, foot spas, and hoses.
 
 
Just let the Muslims use toilets to wash their unmentionables.
So these bishops have nothing better to do with their money?

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Stephanos Wrote:So these bishops have nothing better to do with their money?

They are not real bishops anyway.
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Bonifacio Wrote:They are not real bishops anyway.

Amen.  Newbishop is the term I like, although the person who deserves the credit for it is somewhat off the deep end.
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Careful minding the rhetoric about the validity of the episcopacy.  It can be taken in several ways, some of which are against forum rules.
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QuisUtDeus Wrote:Careful minding the rhetoric about the validity of the episcopacy.  It can be taken in several ways, some of which are against forum rules.

Anglicans don't have valid orders.
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Bonifacio Wrote:
QuisUtDeus Wrote:Careful minding the rhetoric about the validity of the episcopacy.  It can be taken in several ways, some of which are against forum rules.

Anglicans don't have valid orders.

I have no researched it, but I think they did at one point and there may be a traditional movement which retains them.
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LaRoza Wrote:
Bonifacio Wrote:
QuisUtDeus Wrote:Careful minding the rhetoric about the validity of the episcopacy.  It can be taken in several ways, some of which are against forum rules.

Anglicans don't have valid orders.

I have no researched it, but I think they did at one point and there may be a traditional movement which retains them.

I believe that the matter was settled with H.H. Pope Leo XIII's bull Apostolicae Curae that declared them certainly invalid.
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Bonifacio Wrote:
LaRoza Wrote:
Bonifacio Wrote:
QuisUtDeus Wrote:Careful minding the rhetoric about the validity of the episcopacy.  It can be taken in several ways, some of which are against forum rules.

Anglicans don't have valid orders.

I have no researched it, but I think they did at one point and there may be a traditional movement which retains them.

I believe that the matter was settled with H.H. Pope Leo XIII's bull Apostolicae Curae that declared them certainly invalid.

Yes I know of that, but I was also considering something I heard but never researched. The Anglican Church isn't one.
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