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Why I believe this is healing

The new province in North America will heal the Anglican Communion, argues Bob Duncan

“The healing of the Anglican Com­munion began today,” said Cynthia Brust, a lay leader of the Anglican Mission in the Americas, at the news conference last week, after the adoption of the provisional constitution of the Anglican Church in North America. The next day, in a lead article in The New York Times, a senior professor of religion at Duke University called the coming together of so many Anglican fragments “un­precedented”.

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