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Then, hardly a day later, the Church of England let it be known that it intends to press ahead with the introduction of women bishops , while providing "complementary" male bishops for those clergy who are opposed to the change.
This issue of women's episcopacy has in the recent past excited extreme passions. But the responses from either end of the divide to yesterday's news smacked not so much of conflict and schism, as weary resignation. There was, inevitably, some grumpiness from both the women's campaign and traditionalists over the working details, but neither seems likely to throw their prayer books out of their prams.
Both these events – the bishops' attack on Government policy and the proposed provisions for women bishops – are good news for the Church of England. Actually, they are very good news, because they reflect valuable aspects of our national, established Church that many of us feared we were losing.
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