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A bishop reflects on the consultation in South Africa

A bishop reflects on the consultation in South Africa

Today I hope to roll out some of the first videos, columns and sermons from participants in the recently concluded consultation in Durban, South Africa among African Anglicans, Episcopalians and some interfaith friends on issues of justice and human sexuality. First up is a video that Bishop Jeff Lee of Chicago sent home to the people of his diocese.


If you have not previous heard about the consultation, you may be interested in this brief description from the website of the Chicago Consultation, which sponsored the event in partnership with the Ujamaa Centre at the University of KwaZulu Natal.

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