Thursday, 12 March 2015
See here. It seems rather cheap to hang one's every objection to Orthodoxy on its perceived teachings on divorce, remarriage and human sexuality and then make a cynical attack upon Orthodox fasting rules. In my experience, if ever Roman Catholics shew any misgiving about Orthodoxy it invariably takes the form of moral objection to the Church in Soviet Russia (and what does that have to do with doctrine?) or the perceived inconsistencies in Orthodox theology or, if they're really desperate, "they're schismatics and they despise the Pope!"
Well, look at Rome. I was eager to be gone and now I cannot wait to be received into Orthodoxy.