inclusive language and jolly photo-calls
By Diogenes (articles ) | March 11, 2004 2:24 AM
Responding to the decision of the Canadian Anglicans to bless "committed same-sex unions," Archbishop Venables damages his reputation as a team-player.
One of the strongest critics of homosexuality, the Primate of the Southern Cone in South America, Archbishop Gregory Venables, said this was "another symptom" of the schism that already existed. "It is clear that the irreconcilable contradictions in Anglicanism can no longer be disguised by the mask of inclusive language and jolly photo-calls," he added.
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