Lincoln health-check prescribes some bitter pills
THE diocese of Lincoln, in which clergy feel "undervalued" and
regard the diocese office as "remote, autocratic, indecisive and
lacking in transparency" should make wholescale changes including
reducing its suffragan bishops from two to one, a report published
today (Friday) suggests.
Commissioned by the Bishop of Lincoln, the Rt Revd Christopher
Lowson, after his appointment in December 2011, the Central
Services Review paints an unflattering picture of the diocese.
Parishes feel ...
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