Greetings in that Divine and Most Precious Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
This is an interesting discussion, but I am curious, I recently learned from BBC news report that indeed the Roman Catholic Church (which has been on the rise in the UK) has been reacting to female and homosexual ordination issues in the Anglican communion by accomodating for Anglican converts to Catholicism by allowing several Anglican practices to continue within special Roman Catholic parishes, including for allowing married priests and Anglican liturgies. This week 5 ranking Anglican Bishops announced they're taking up Pope Benedict on His Holiness' offer and are converting to Roman Catholic! The report on BBC said that the Roman Catholic Church is now debating if the Anglican Church can even be considered any longer part of One Holy, Catholic, Apostolic Church in regards to acceptance of female ordination. I was unaware that Roman Catholic Church even recognized the Anglican Church as being part of that One, Holy, Catholic Church in the first place!