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Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church wants to welcome pilgrims

A large number of pilgrims on the Way of St James are Anglicans. However, when they complete the pilgrimage at the Cathedral, along with the other non-Catholic pilgrims, they become just spectators. They aren’t allowed to participate in the Cathedral services or to receive communion. The Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church would like to change that.

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