English press reads Bishop Chane's letter to DC diocese

One of the peculiarities of life in the Anglican Communion is that the statements of American bishops often receive greater attention from London newspapers than from the bishop's hometown press. Jonathan Wynne-Jones of The Telegraph and Andrew Brown of The Guardian have both devoted space to Bishop John Bryson Chane's recent letter to the Diocese of Washington regarding the attempt to form a non-geographical province in North America.

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The actual link to Andrew Brown's Guardian piece, is as follows:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/andrewbrown/2008/dec/11/religion-anglicanism-schism

JC Fisher

[Thanks, JC. Link now updated in post.]

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