… intentionally, purposely, and liturgically rededicate ourselves to the way of Jesus, the work of racial reconciliation, the work of healing and dismantling everything that wounds and divides us, the work of becoming God’s Beloved Community
An electoral college of the Church in Wales will meet in the small town of Llandrindod Wells next month to choose the province’s next archbishop and primate. They will succeed the former Bishop of Llandaff, Barry Morgan, who retired in January.
Before us is an individual. In humility we must let them tell us who they are, what is important to them, and, finally, what they need.
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