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Anglican prelates eschew communion with colleagues

Catholic World News - October 29, 2012

Three conservative Anglican prelates—two from Nigeria and one from the US—have delined to share communion with their liberal colleagues at a conference in New Zealand.

Archbishop Ikechi Nwosu of Aba, Bishop Abraham Okorie of Nsukka, and Bishop Julian Dobbs of the Convocation of Anglicans in North America explained that they could not share communion with other Anglican leaders because they were at odds on the essential doctrinal and moral questions that continue to divide the Anglican world.

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