The recent article on clergy education has brought to my attention the existence of an organization I previously knew nothing about -- the Society of St Michael.
Its website describes it as a "fraternity of Anglican clergy, organized as a society of apostolic life."
The site also says: "The Society of St Michael interprets the Catholic Faith in complete accord with the Catechism of the Catholic Church."
I would be interested to know who founded this society, when, and why. In particular, I am curious as to how Anglican clergy can be in "complete accord" with the CCC. If I were to find myself in such accord, I could imagine no reason why I should not become a member of the Roman Catholic Church.
I do not mean to be aggressive here, but I do not follow the logic.