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The Church in Wales invites all the baptized to Holy Communion

At the recent meeting of the Governing Body of the Church in Wales, the Bench of Bishops in Wales distributed a letter to the representatives present. In the letter the bishops stated that starting with the first Sunday in Advent, anyone who has been baptized, regardless of their age or whether they have received confirmation, is welcome to receive communion in the parishes of the Church in Wales.

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Communion means Communion

“A Communion of churches, at the very least surely, are churches that can celebrate communion together, churches where they accept the validity of each others ordinations, churches where someone ordained in one church can preside in the other.
What is called “The Anglican Communion” is not such a communion.” -Bosco Peters

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