Anglicans: New Style at Lambeth

Since 1867, the bishops of the worldwide Anglican Communion have gathered at London's Lambeth Palace approximately every ten years to consider the state of their church. This year, some delegates doubted whether the Tenth Lambeth Conference, which convened last month, was worth holding at all. By last week, though, several notes of relevance had been introduced into the discussion, and there was hope that the conference might produce some lasting results for Anglicanism.

Faith and Ministry. The overall theme of the month-long meeting is "The Renewal of the Church," with particular reference to faith, ministry and church union. Subordinate topics for...

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