Went to an Anglo-Catholic (Anglican) church today. The wine was very sweet and delicious. The thing I like about it is that they hold to enough Catholicism for me to be satisfied. Yet Wikipedia states that they are a bridge for Catholic/Reformed. This is also what one of the members at the church told me. If that’s the case then I’m a happy camper in the Anglican church. It’s a traditional Anglican in the tradition of C.S. Lewis. But seeing that Robin Parry’s Chapter on Universalism in Four Views on Hell is now considered orthodox, I can hold to this view and be Anglo-Catholic. This is fascinating and something I’m looking for! Moreover, they honor the angels and St. Michael The Archangel unlike the Protestant churches I’ve been to. Their youth attend a school called “St. Michael’s”. Does anyone know anything else about the Anglican church?