Lambeth Commission on Communion

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October 19, 2004

The Commission has worked hard over a whole year to find a way forward for the Anglican Communion. Its membership was drawn from across that Communion reflecting different cultures, theologies and viewpoints but its report is a unanimous one. It was not asked and has not tried to tackle the...

October 19, 2004

I am thankful for the fine work and dedication of the members of the Lambeth Commission. They have produced a thoughtful and thorough document which invites considerable study and dialogue. I applaud their understanding of the ways in which we function as a Communion and the ways they call us...

October 19, 2004

October 18, 2004

This is a day of high expectations and frankly I'm relieved that it has arrived. The recommendations of the Windsor (or "Lambeth", or "Eames") Commission required over 90 pages of print, and I need more time to read it in its entirety, and to digest it. Obviously, I...

October 19, 2004

Those of you at Diocesan Convention (just completed) heard me talk about the Windsor Report of the Lambeth Commission, which was released this morning. If you were not at Convention, you could read my remarks on our web site (The remarks concerning the Lambeth Commission are towards the end of...

October 19, 2004

Today the “Windsor Report” was made available to the 38 Provinces of the Anglican Communion.

Bishop Mark Dyer, professor of theology at Virginia Theological Seminary and retired Bishop of the Diocese of Bethlehem, was one of eighteen members on the Lambeth Commission charged to...

October 19, 2004

Dear Friends,

I write to you today with an initial reflection in response to the release of the Windsor Report of the Lambeth Commission on Communion. I also have included the response made by Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold earlier this morning. With the publication of the Windsor...

October 19, 2004

October 2004

My dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

I am writing to you in anticipation of the publication of the report of the Lambeth Commission on Communion, scheduled for release on October 18, 2004.

As I mentioned at our Clergy Day last month, it is important for us...

October 18, 2004

Has Robin Eames done it again?

The Eames Commission that reported to the 1998 Lambeth Conference provided a thoughtful way of addressing the issue of the ordination of women that did not fracture the Anglican Communion. Now, in the Windsor Report, the Lambeth Commission on Communion,...

October 18, 2004

The report of the Eames Commission, which was appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury to consider relationships within the Anglican Communion was released on Monday morning under the title The Windsor Report. The Rt. Rev. Stacy F. Sauls, Bishop of Lexington, is continuing to prayerfully...

October 18, 2004

[ENS] The report of the Lambeth Commission is both a sobering and encouraging document, which because of the depth of its scholarship and theological reflection, cannot be summed up in a simple statement.

It is a hopeful report, since it charts a way forward for the Anglican Communion....

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