"Does [the Anglican communion] belong more to the churches of the first millennium--Catholic and Orthodox-- or does it belong more to the Protestant churches of the sixteenth century?"Having had not a single valid bishop, priest, or idea for some four centuries, and considering the late Anglican acceleration to iniquity, bacchanalia, and garden variety lunacy, isn't that matter pretty much settled?
One is tempted to question His Eminence on his "identity". Does he belong to the Church or the Protestants? Alas, his pattern is nearly as established as the Anglican. There's only one thing for it: