The Pope and the archbishop of Canterbury emphasized areas where their churches can work together when they met last month, but progress towards future unity appears blocked.
Catholic apologist Laura Keynes, the great-great-great-granddaughter of the Father of Evolution, says the faith of her baptism was reanimated through intellectual pursuit.
Relations between the two new Christian leaders are warm, continuing the ongoing bridge-building between the two Churches.
Pope Francis met this month with Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury, but female and homosexual Anglican bishops frustrate any hope of institutional unity.
By shepherding former Anglicans and their liturgical patrimony into the Church, the Holy Father has bequeathed a legacy of constructive Christian unity.