4 responses

  1. Reburt
    June 7, 2019

    Wow. Always thought they had much differentness between each other. I guess I’ll go episcopal because I love wine, and they are more liberal on same sex marriage although I don’t agree does make more sense future wise.


  2. Shane McCook
    December 28, 2019

    I need to point out an error in your article. You state, “… Episcopal still follows the Anglican way where baptism and confirmation precede Holy Communion…”
    The Episcopal Church requires that persons receiving Holy Communion be baptized but it does not require that they be confirmed as Episcopalians. As the Episcopal Church recognizes a universal baptism, “all persons who have been baptized, and are therefore part of the extended family that is the Church, are welcome to receive the bread and wine, and be in communion with God and each other.”


    • Mark Calvert
      September 6, 2020

      Noticed the same!


  3. Gary
    June 20, 2020

    What superficial, uninformed, rot. Read a book; talk to a catechist. Jeez!


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