Five years after the historic decision of the Church of England to have women priests, a discernable shift has taken place in Christianity in the English speaking world.
Led by the former Anglican Bishop of London, Dr Graham Leonard, disaffected Anglicans sought to move en-masse to the Catholic Church. Although this movement has yet to be seen in great numbers, this book argues that the ‘Anglo-Catholic’ voice within the Church of England has been weakened to the extent that it will still become truly Protestant for the first time since the Reformation. With unique ‘behind-the-scenes’ stories, this is a startling assessment of the most major realignment to take place in Christianity for centuries. Far from only affecting the Anglican world, it has irreversibly changed the relationship between the two most major Christian churches.
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