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Anglican Communion needs transformative leadership on sexuality

From the Very Revd Ian D. Corbett

Sir, — The compassionate and discerning statement from the Anglican Bishops in Southern Africa concerning the imprisonment of two homosexual men in Malawi, and drawing a careful distinction between human rights and theological scruples, was, together with the appeal of the Secretary General of the United Nations Organisation, instrumental in securing their Presidential pardon (

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Wed 7 Oct 15 @ 13:38
@StuartDurber Full statement here:

Wed 7 Oct 15 @ 13:32
The sentencing of Bishop Peter Ball today for offences against boys and young men is a matter of "deep shame and regret", +Durham says.