According to Archbishop and Primate Fred Hiltz, much of the conversation was about marriage equality. The Archbishop said that there were concerns expressed about the limitations of the General Synod legislative process and the general desire to have a robust conversation.
Today, on All Souls Day I pray a litany, asking all these people to be with me, to stand beside me, in the year ahead.
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