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Loyal opposition?

Mark Stephens has heard rumours about the proposed "structural solution" and the apparent central role to be played by a General Synod, and has grave doubts whether it could ever be made to work in practice It is generally agreed [...]

Untouched primate?

If bishops are seeking a structural solution that is not, however, to be a New Province, they have no easy task. John Shepley discusses one possible option that looks good at first but would prove an absurdity In the search [...]

Discerning the form

Paul Benfield shares a large measure of agreement with what the Bishop of Guildford Road last month. In particular, he insists on the permeability of many New Province, and gives a simple description of how this would work I share [...]

Discerning the form

Paul Benfield shares a large measure of agreement with what the Bishop of Guildford Road last month. In particular, he insists on the permeability of many New Province, and gives a simple description of how this would work I share [...]

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The question of adequate provision for episcopal oversight for Anglo-Catholic members of the Church of England’ wrote a senior spokesperson for Lambeth Palace recently, ‘does of course remain a fundamental challenge. Several models are being talked about, including the Third [...]

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