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Anglican Catholic Church
« on: Fri Oct 05, 2012 - 12:38:59 »
Hello all. I am wondering if anyone here is a memeber of the Anglican Catholic church. I have some questions about the church in relation to the Episcopal Church and the Catholic church, some of which I would rather keep to a private message. Thanks for any replies in advance.

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Re: Anglican Catholic Church
« Reply #1 on: Fri Oct 05, 2012 - 12:49:41 »
Faithfully, don't be confused by the words.  ::eek::   There are thousands of denominations in the world today, trying to claim a connection to an ancient church (or two or three) while maintaining their own independence.  Sitting on that fence is a dangerous place to live, methinks.

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Re: Anglican Catholic Church
« Reply #2 on: Fri Oct 05, 2012 - 17:17:30 »
Steve, yes it is a bit confusing and concerning to be honest. I have some current struggles in the area of finding a church right now.  Its a bit rough to explain I guess.  I know where I want to stay away from and am trying to avoid any connection to that place. And no, I am not referring to the Catholic Church, actually I would rather be there in the first place.

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Re: Anglican Catholic Church
« Reply #3 on: Fri Oct 05, 2012 - 17:28:20 »
Steve, yes it is a bit confusing and concerning to be honest. I have some current struggles in the area of finding a church right now.  Its a bit rough to explain I guess.  I know where I want to stay away from and am trying to avoid any connection to that place. And no, I am not referring to the Catholic Church, actually I would rather be there in the first place.

Inbox me and I'll try to help. I can always put ina few calls to some knights in your area about helping you out.

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Re: Anglican Catholic Church
« Reply #4 on: Fri Oct 05, 2012 - 18:38:17 »
Steve, yes it is a bit confusing and concerning to be honest. I have some current struggles in the area of finding a church right now.  Its a bit rough to explain I guess.  I know where I want to stay away from and am trying to avoid any connection to that place. And no, I am not referring to the Catholic Church, actually I would rather be there in the first place.

The only thing we need to do when we want a church family is to call on our Father, God, and ask Him, "Where do you want to plant me, Father?" We know He has a place just for you where you will grow straight in good teaching and with people of excellence who will be your spiritual family.

Ask Him and He will answer. I did it and He answered quickly, and I have never been happier with my church family!

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Re: Anglican Catholic Church
« Reply #5 on: Fri Oct 05, 2012 - 19:24:12 »
Steve, yes it is a bit confusing and concerning to be honest. I have some current struggles in the area of finding a church right now.  Its a bit rough to explain I guess.  I know where I want to stay away from and am trying to avoid any connection to that place. And no, I am not referring to the Catholic Church, actually I would rather be there in the first place.

The only thing we need to do when we want a church family is to call on our Father, God, and ask Him, "Where do you want to plant me, Father?" We know He has a place just for you where you will grow straight in good teaching and with people of excellence who will be your spiritual family.

Ask Him and He will answer. I did it and He answered quickly, and I have never been happier with my church family!

I agree, and I did, and it was answered. I actually know what I need to do, the problem is I have spent my entire life doing what I need to do, and this once I was focused on what I want to do. This time its also what He wants me to do and I believe I will have to stop resisting that, because once I do it is actually pretty easy.  The fact of the matter is that looking for ways around doing the right thing isn't going to get me anywhere and I knew that from the beginning, hence the reason I haven't even explained what in the world my dilemma is, because it really doesn't matter. Lighthammer thank you for reaching out, I do believe that I will take you up on that matter.

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Re: Anglican Catholic Church
« Reply #6 on: Sat Oct 06, 2012 - 01:42:22 »
Steve, yes it is a bit confusing and concerning to be honest. I have some current struggles in the area of finding a church right now.  Its a bit rough to explain I guess.  I know where I want to stay away from and am trying to avoid any connection to that place. And no, I am not referring to the Catholic Church, actually I would rather be there in the first place.

The only thing we need to do when we want a church family is to call on our Father, God, and ask Him, "Where do you want to plant me, Father?" We know He has a place just for you where you will grow straight in good teaching and with people of excellence who will be your spiritual family.

Ask Him and He will answer. I did it and He answered quickly, and I have never been happier with my church family!

I agree, and I did, and it was answered. I actually know what I need to do, the problem is I have spent my entire life doing what I need to do, and this once I was focused on what I want to do. This time its also what He wants me to do and I believe I will have to stop resisting that, because once I do it is actually pretty easy.  The fact of the matter is that looking for ways around doing the right thing isn't going to get me anywhere and I knew that from the beginning, hence the reason I haven't even explained what in the world my dilemma is, because it really doesn't matter. Lighthammer thank you for reaching out, I do believe that I will take you up on that matter.

If you stay with Christian orthodoxy you can't go wrong. The beautiful sacraments that offer graces and the reality of Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist are what we need to help us live holy and pleasing lives for God.