The main reason I brought up the points that I did is because the Reformed Episcopal denomination claims to have purged all of the Roman leaven. When the sign of the cross remains, the mass remains, the term priest remains, the altar, not the preaching, is the focus, when God is in a box and people are bowing to the elements (thus, at least outwardly, indicating that Christ is being sacrificed on the altar and the congregation is physically eating and drinking the body and blood of Christ), I have to wonder. <br>Again, this was ONE church. But this was an Anglo-Catholic church before it was Reformed Episcopal. I am simply curious as to why the Reformed Episcopal church is "acquiring" Anglo-Catholic churches, when the express goal of many of these Anglo-Catholic churches is to reunite with Rome.<br>Steve

Grace is not common.