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Episcopal-to-Catholic Conversions

A 2009 decree by Pope Benedict XVI allows Episcopal churches to become Catholic and retain much of their liturgy and traditions, and their married priests. A key element in the desire to convert is the hunger among some Episcopalians and Anglicans for traditional authority and practice. A 10-minute news video prepared by correspondent Bob Faw for Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, a source for cutting-edge reporting and analysis of events in the religious world, explores the nascent trend and how it is received among lay congregants and representatives of both traditions.



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