Women bishops for Anglican Church in Wales

Women will be able to be consecrated as bishops of the Anglican Church in Wales by September 2014, a historic vote decided last month.

The Bill allowing women bishops was passed by a substantial majority of the Church in Wales’ governing body at a meeting in Lampeter. The vote followed...

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