“I was only given one life to live, and I wanted to be a Catholic,” said Father Steenson, who hopes the ordinariate will become an effective instrument for evangelization in working toward the goal of Christian unity.
“So this must be our hallmark; to build bridges, to be an instrument of peace and reconciliation, to be a sign of what Christian unity might look like,” Father Steenson said.
Despite the controversies that prompted him to leave the Anglican Communion, Father Steenson said he only recalls the happy memories.
“I look back now with joy and gratitude for my life as an Anglican,” he said.
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