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Church in Wales makes history by accepting women bishops

The Church in Wales has made the historic decision to create women bishops.

The governing body voted by a two thirds majority to break with tradition.

It means the first woman bishop could be elected within months and leaves the Church of England as the only Anglican Church in the UK that is not yet legislated to accept women bishops.

Robert Piggott reports.

  • 12 Sep 2013
  • From the section UK
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