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Voting tilting toward female bishops in Church of England?

Voting tilting toward female bishops in Church of England?

Thinking Anglicans yesterday reported:

Seven diocesan synods debated the women bishops legislation today. We will update this article as results become available.

A majority of diocesan synods have now voted in favour of the main motion, and the draft legislation can now return to General Synod.


The main motion, which all synods have to vote on by houses and without amendment, is:

That this Synod approves the proposals embodied in the draft Bishops and Priests (Consecration and ordination of women) Measure and in draft Amending Canon Number 30.

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Paul Woodrum

Wow! Doesn't the C or E know that once it starts acting a little bit Christian, all sorts of people may be put in peril?

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