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Archbishop Driver calls for enhanced 'conciliarity'

by Muriel Porter, Australia Correspondent

Posted: 29 Aug 2014 @ 12:24

ALTHOUGH the debate about an Anglican Covenant was continuing, it was clear that the Anglican Communion was "far from ready" to move to a more centralised authority structure, the Archbishop of Adelaide, Dr Jeffrey Driver, said this week.

Delivering a lecture, "The Gift and Grief of Anglicanism", at Trinity College, Melbourne, Dr Driver said that it was understandable as crisis-management that the Communion's response to the "grief of recent years" had been focused on the ...

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