"Any idea of unity would have to be an arrangement where the Anglican Church exists with its particular theology and practice side by side. It would be a unity of diversity. But sadly it is a long way off."
Father Gowty said the main divide between the two churches was "a question of authority".
Just come right out, there's no reason to be afraid. Just string your two thoughts together so that everyone can understand.
It's a question of authority to keep our own theology (even it is totally different from Catholic theology).
That wasn't so hard.
The big things have been the Anglican primatial meeting in Tanzania and the alleged report (that didn't say what it was reported to say) that the Anglican-Catholic commission was to boldly call for union.
1. The Anglican primates gave the US church until September.
2. The report said no such thing.
Nothing to see here, move along.