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You’re going to need a program!

When the Church of England made the journey to allowing women to become bishops the Archbishops of Canterbury and York established a process for parishes which cannot accept women exercising priesthood among them to file a grievance should they believe that a bishop in the Church of England has not honored the House of Bishops’ Declaration on the Ministry of Bishops and Priests in supplying the parishes with clergy.

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