Monday, 7 July 2008

General Synod: Monday morning press reports

updated at lunchtime

A mixture of articles looking forward to the debate on women bishops later today and back to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s sermon yesterday.

Riazat Butt in The Guardian Church of England to consider introducing ‘super-bishops’ to avert crisis over women

Martin Beckford in the Telegraph Anglican Church may create ‘super bishops’ to avoid splitting and
Church of England to debate women bishops

Ruth Gledhill in the Times Day of reckoning for Anglicans amid split over women bishops

Steve Doughty at the Mail Church of England plans male ‘superbishops’ for rebel clergy who refuse to be led by women

Alastair Beach in The Independent Anglican rebels ‘in Vatican meeting’

BBC Jesus ‘would feel Anglican pain’

BBC Synod set for women bishops vote

Jonathan Wynne-Jones in the Telegraph Dr Rowan Williams stands tall in the Church

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