But then I was side-tracked by one of his sentences:
"Not everything is fully accepted — there are no signs of married laymen being presented for ordination — but there are interesting aspects to governance that have clear Anglican precedents."So if the Catholic church is not ordaining "married laymen" - then what does he think it is doing when ordaining people who are priests in the Church of England?
Anyway, back to the ecumenical instrument. There's no mention of it in the article, which is a bit dispiriting. But I suspect it's an ocarina. That's a truly ecumenical instrument. Nobody likes it.