Religion: The Rules

"It sometimes happens that as a condition of marriage one of the partners is required to sign a declaration that the children born of the marriage will be brought up in the practice of a religious system in which he or she doesn't believe . . . We strongly deprecate such mixed marriages, and we assert that in no circumstances should an Anglican give any undertaking as a condition of marriage that the children should be brought up in the practice of another communion."

In these words the bishops of the Anglican communion, assembled under the leadership of the Archbishop of Canterbury...

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