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Shepherds and flocks consider pastures new and not so new

by Ed Beavan

GROUPS of Anglicans are taking their first steps towards the RC Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham. Some of them hope that they will not be leaving the Anglican building.

The members of the PCC at St James's, Darlington, in the diocese of Durham, have voted unanimously to explore the possibility of joining the Ordinariate. Its Vicar for 22 years, the Revd Ian Grieves, said that leaving would be a “sad decision”, but the General Synod had not made any “meaningful provision” for ...

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