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Release the report: it’s fair play

If the report is not released until spring, and if it states that we cannot adopt the covenant without making constitutional and canonical changes, advocates for the covenant will have a fairly compact window in which to draft legislation and organize support.

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Unpersuasive arguments against releasing the report on the covenant

If the Standing Commission is of the opinion that passing the covenant would require us to make half a dozen changes to the Constitution and another dozen and a half to the canons, this information will overpower whatever context one attempts to put it in. In churchland, that’s front page news, and it isn’t helpful to pretend otherwise.

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Covenant subcommittee declines to release key report

ENS reports that the sub-committee formulating the Executive Council’s response to the proposed Anglican Covenant is refusing to release a report on whether the covenant would require changes to the Episcopal Church’s Constitution and Canons.

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