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Press: The headlines aren’t the problem

by Andrew Brown

PERHAPS because I have been away for three weeks, I entirely failed to notice how confusing the Lambeth Conference has been for those who tried to make sense of it at the time. It wasn’t at all confusing afterwards: it was an unmistakeable disaster. If no one walked out from the Conference, this was only because those minded to do so had boycotted it to save time.

On the ecumenical front, a Cardinal dropped by from Rome to imply that the Anglican Communion was senile and ...

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