|Katharine Schori in silly hat|
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These people merely take the modern mood, with much in it that is amiable and much that is anarchical and much that is merely dull and obvious, and then require any creed to be cut down to fit that mood. But the mood would exist without the creed.
A lot of Episcopalians want a religion to fit the modern mood. But others want something more. That's why people are leaving the Episcopal Church in droves. And some--by the grace of God--are returning to the Catholic Church, which still thinks St. Paul is a pretty nice guy.
Oppenheimer. Mark. (2013, June 22). For Episcopal Church's Leader, a Sermon Leads to More Dissent. New York Times, p. A15.