Review paints unflattering picture of Lincoln diocese
THE diocese of Lincoln, in which
clergy feel "undervalued", and regard the diocesan office as
"remote, autocratic, indecisive, and lacking in transparency",
should make wholescale changes, a report published last Friday
suggests. These changes should include reducing its two suffragan
bishops to one.
Commissioned by the Bishop of Lincoln,
the Rt Revd Christopher Lowson, after his appointment in December
2011, the report, the ...
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