Anglicans: One Big Family

"Heaven save us from a jamboree," cried the Most Rev. Donald Coggan, Archbishop of York. But he need not have feared; the Second Anglican Congress in Toronto opened last week with more than its share of bite and fight. Billed as a family gathering of the 18 autonomous churches that make up the Anglican Communion, the Toronto Congress amply demonstrated that the family today is one, big, and far from happy with its place in the world.

At the first working session Canon Max Warren, general secretary of Eng land's Church Missionary Society, rose to contend that "God was at work"...

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