Nice try. but you just told us your knowledge of the Anglican Church is very limited.Following on from a post yesterday, just to clarify what the Anglican church teaches, for anyone who is intetested in these things. It teaches that all matters for salvation are found in the Bible. It is led by the Queen as its head, and does not accept the authority of the Pope. However there a some similarities with the CC, from its history. The communion service is, to my mind, similar to Mass in appearance. There is the belief in the real presence, we recite the Nicene creed, we say in every service that we believe in one holy catholic and apostolic church. In summary it is catholic in appearance but (largely) protestant in doctrine.
"Anglo-Catholics are a very small minority of Anglicanism."
"Today, most Anglicans in the world (whether part of the official Anglican Communion or not) are either low church evangelical (often of a Calvinist bend) or modern liberal revisionists. Neither are well known for accepting the Real Presence."
Of course, this can all be verified by a simple Internet search, but why bother?
If one cannot understand why Protestants by their very definition cannot be Catholic, then it's their problem.
This poster is busted. And he really, really WANTS us to believe him too.