Richmond Bishop Barry Knestout, USA, defends the February 1 ordination of a female Episcopalian bishop in a parish of his diocese.
In a January 15 statement, he called the event “hospitality to a Christian neighbour in need” and an “act of charity.”
Knestout believes that the ceremony is “within the teachings of ecumenism and the norms provided by the Church for ecumenical activities.”
The Catholic Church considers Anglican ordinations as "utterly null and void."
Why would they not use an Episcopalian church? Is it because their own congregation does not want this female 'bishop'? So why should the Catholics want this? This is just a ploy to attempt to soften up the Catholics to accept a female priesthood by a very very feminine Bishop Knestout. We are so tired of all of you innovators.
According to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith the apostate 'bishop' Barry Knestout who was 'consecrated' by the homosexual Donald Wuerl, is NOT in full communion with the Catholic Church.