Before I ask my questions, please be patient if you find typos in my post as I am writing from a mobile device (blessed with big fingers too). Now my questions and observations about ACNA... I have spent some time on an ACNA fcebook group amd observed a few things.... 1. There seems to be not much place for Anglo Catholics within ACNA. 2. There are a lot of converts from the charismatic/pentecostal/non-denominational movements, who, in my opnion have not quite "converted" to the catholic faith (I am referring to the faith of the undivided church that we claim to proclaim). Each ACNA church plant seems to be a resemblance of its converts. 3. My main pressing point: If ACNA is meant to be the official expression of Anglicanism in the U.S, why is it writing its own catechisms and order of services? Why not simply return to the earliest writings of these? 4. Somebody posted photos of confirmations whereby an ACNA Bishop was not wearing his vestments. Is this an acceptable practice or option that Bishops are free to exercise? I mean no slander towards ACNA, but trying to understand what it is all about. I'll appreciate your responses as well as your own thoughts.