I want to know how Anglicans feel about the Orthodox church's condemnation of Assisi as a heretic. From what I know, Assisi claimed he had achieved perfection before dying and boasted of it, and they cite another saint of the Orthodox church, Sissoes, who said angels had come to help him repent on his deathbed, and when his students asked him why, because they didn't think he had something to repent of, he replied and said, "Truly, I do not know if I have even begun to repent". https://hnp.org/orthodox-church-francis-of-assisi-was-no-saint/ What does this mean? Do you believe he was a heretic? Some Catholics say it was Sissoes who had false humility, because he wasn't holy, and that's why he said what he did. I've had abusive, proud catholics use the case of Assisi to insult me and boast of their superiority. I would be a bit cautious of ecumenical work with Catholics who look up to someone who promotes a false sense of pride that encourages this kind of slander.