Friday, June 22, 2007

International observers urge Canadians to consider value of Anglican Communion

[Anglican Journal] 22 June 2007--Two international church leaders yesterday urged delegates of General Synod to adopt a positive approach to human sexuality, a contentious issue that will be dealt with during the ongoing meeting of the Anglican Church of Canada’s highest governing body here at the Marlborough Hotel.

In his remarks, John Sentamu, Archbishop of York and primate of England, urged delegates to exercise “gracious magnanimity” when dealing with the divisive issue of whether the church should bless homosexual unions.

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