Archbishop Justin has invited primates and moderators from around the Anglican Communion to Canterbury for the meeting, which runs October2-6. Several GAFCON related primates have said they will not attend
“He got up and followed him.” This bit of the story of Matthew the tax collector who left his booth to become one of Jesus’ disciples rings like a gong in my soul today.
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