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Methodist installed in Roman Catholic Church

SirKnight1788

ChosenKnight
"The President-elect of the Methodist Church - the Rev Roy Cooper - will make history this evening when he is installed in a Catholic church in Cork."

(Belfast Telegraph)

''My installation in the Church of the Incarnation will be the first time that a Methodist President anywhere in the world will be installed in a Roman Catholic Church,'' the Rev Cooper told the Belfast Telegraph". (Belfast Telegraph)


What do you Methodists on this forum think of this. Does this go against the methodist church?
 

Snow_Owl

Member
I would assume so, you have to go through a lot of work to even be considered a full-fledged Catholic let alone "installed" which quite frankly, I don't know what they even mean by that so maybe I shouldn't even be commenting on the matter lol.
 

9-10ths_Penguin

1/10 Subway Stalinist
Premium Member
It's My Birthday!
I would assume so, you have to go through a lot of work to even be considered a full-fledged Catholic let alone "installed" which quite frankly, I don't know what they even mean by that so maybe I shouldn't even be commenting on the matter lol.
I assume that by "installed", the OP means that he'll be inaugurated as President of the Methodist Church, but the ceremony will happen in a Catholic church.

Still, though, the wording "installed in a Catholic Church" makes it sound to me like they're planning to shove him in between the furnace and the hot water heater. :D
 
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