Living in America, there are not many options for people who believe in being within the holy catholic church...You can either be Anglican, Roman Catholic, or Orthodox. These are, in essence and to varying degrees, the only apostolic churches (with a few minor exceptions of course). Given all of the trouble conservative Anglicans have had recently in the U.S., is there a point you would consider either the Roman Catholic Church or Orthodox Church? If there is, how would you deal with the requirement of believing in papal infallibility and papal supremacy (in the case of the RCC)? If you would choose to be Orthodox, how would you deal with the various theological differences there? I am not personally sure that there is any point at which I would be able to join the RCC because I reject papal infallibility and supremacy (but especially infallibility). If all Anglican churches became completely heretical in the U.S., I would at least consider joining an Orthodox Church, but I have a feeling I would just end up at the back of an RCC church every Sunday, never engaging in the sacraments or getting confirmed. Thoughts?