Another Churchman Invokes Pseudo Unity Between the Church and Protestantism

Another Churchman Invokes Pseudo Unity Between the Church and Protestantism

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10/9/17

On Sunday, October 8, Archbishop Eamon Martin of Armagh, Ireland, marked the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in the Anglican Cathedral in Dublin. Regarding the Protestants, Martin claimed that “what unites us is so much greater than what divides us.” At the same time, he pointed out that there remain “important differences” over issues like Church, Eucharist, ministry and the papacy. He did not mention the seven sacraments, Our Lady, divorce, abortion, assisted suicide, homosexualism, gender ideology, relativism [or women’s ordination (the Protestant Church of Ireland has women priests and a female bishop)].

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One comment on “Another Churchman Invokes Pseudo Unity Between the Church and Protestantism

  1. “He did not mention the seven sacraments, Our Lady, divorce, abortion, assisted suicide, homosexualism, gender ideology, relativism [or women’s ordination”…]. These are not problems anymore since Amoris Laetatis and the new JP2 institute on the family, [and by next year’s Synod Women and married priests are not a problem.]

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