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Anglican leader hopes vote for women bishops won’t prevent ‘full communion’ with Catholic Church

Archbishop of Canterbury writes to Pope Francis and other church leaders

Vote for women bishops does not create ‘new reality’ for ecumenism, says Vatican official

Father Anthony Currer says it is significant that change has been implemented by the Church of England

The Church of England’s vote for women bishops has created an insurmountable obstacle to unity

From a Catholic point of view, nothing much has changed – it is the principle of female ordination that is the sticking point.

Ordinariate reaches out to Anglicans after women bishops vote

Mgr Newton says decision makes it harder for those in Church of England who want unity with Catholics

As a Catholic, the Church of England’s troubles sadden me

And we should not think we are immune from such problems

Parliament should beware taking a People’s Republic of China approach to women bishops

Something rather sinister has happened in the wake of the General Synod vote

Well, they’ve done it again. But the opponents of women bishops have only put off the evil day: and next time there may be no ‘special arrangements’

The arguments for women priests were wholly secular. This is, in any case, the state Church: and in the end the state will decide

The Anglicans who voted against women bishops showed true Dunkirk spirit

Now the ‘Church in turmoil’ headline will run for another five years

If a woman is a priest, she can also be a bishop: if she’s not, she can’t. Either way, there is now only one way out for Catholic Anglicans: it’s over the Tiber

The notion of setting up another ghetto for dissidents is simply ludicrous

Parliament has the right to decide on ‘women bishops’: Anglo-Catholics please note

If anyone doubted the Erastianism of the C of E, Frank Field has now proved it