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  1. Greg says:

    My friend recently received a letter from the Vatican. He is a former Episcopal priest, now Catholic (I was honored to be his godfather!), and had written Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI expressing gratitude to Benedict for his generous gesture to Anglicans offering them—and my friend, especially—the opportunity to come home but still enjoy Anglican liturgy.

    (We use what is often referred to as the ‘Cranmer Mass’—who’d’a thunk? :>)

    The Pope Emeritus had received his letter and thanked him in return. The letter, on behalf of the Pope, was signed by a “Borgia.”

    We both got a good laugh.

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Ryan M. Reeves is Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also serves as Dean of the Jacksonville campus. He and his wife Charlotte have three children. You can follow him on Twitter.

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