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Letters to AO

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Letters from 11 to 17 December 2006

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The Association of Angry Anglicans?

After reading through some of the links I found in the News Centre this morning and seeing the various missions, communions, branches of overseas dioceses etc., I wondered if the formation of "Angry Anglicans" is imminent.

Perhaps it is not to late to suggest that we should all work out our own salvation before working out everyone else's for them? I wonder what spirit is speaking through some of the angry and divorce-ready. 'Tis always dangerous to believe you know the mind of God'.

W.J. Arnold PhD
St Mark's Church
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA
11 December 2006

You're most welcome

A heartfelt thank you for sharing the life of Alfred Delp with us. You gave us a distinguished member of the communion of saints as a valued Christmas present.

Fr. Carlton Kelley
St. Paul's, Richmond, Indiana
Richmond, Indiana, USA
16 December 2006

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