by Louis R. Tarsitano
It was a type of miracle, really.
Almost 800 Anglican bishops from around the world had assembled at the University of Kent, in Canterbury, England, for the decennial Lambeth Conference. Presiding was the Archbishop of Canterbury, whose official residence in London, Lambeth Palace, was the site of the first such international meeting of the chief pastors of the Anglican Communion in 1867. The name has stuck to the conferences, even if the growth of the Communion and an increase in the number of bishops now require a larger meeting place.
Ten years earlier, at Lambeth 1988, the Anglican Communion had rolled over and played dead to accommodate the feminists, . . .
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