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Welsh MPs respond to allegations about the Llandaff Electoral College

Members of Parliament for constituencies served by the Diocese of Llandaff have responded to allegations that the Very Reverend Jeffrey John was excluded from consideration to become the next diocesan bishop because of his homosexuality and partnership status.

We reported last week on news that the Church in Wales had become embroiled in a controversy over its refusal to elect or appoint Jeffrey John, currently Dean of St Alban’s in England, as the Bishop of Llandaff to succeed the recently retired […]

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Speaking to the Soul: The Judas Kiss

I thought of a hundred families and and hundreds more this week mourning the pain, suffering, and loss of their loved ones while the familiar excuses of powerlessness to stop the chain of death and destruction ooze up from every direction. And tears welled in my eyes all over again.

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