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Anglican Catholic perspective

14 October 2016

ESSAYS by Martin Warner, Emma Forward, and Colin Podmore on the place of traditional Catholics in the C of E in the era of women bishops, on feminism, and on Catholic contributions to the theological debate 2004-06 were specially written and precede a selection of reprinted material from the Anglican debate about women bishops, as well as a paper by Walter Kasper, in Fathers in God? Resources for reflection on women in the episcopate, edited by Colin Podmore (Canterbury Press/Forward in Faith, £19.99 (£18); 978-1-84825-826-6). Sections of the Rochester report and the FiF book Consecrated Women? are included.

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