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Parishioners in Cardiff voice views on women bishops plans

The Church in Wales' governing body are to vote for a second time on the ordination of women bishops after the proposal was defeated in 2008.

The vote could cause "great disunity" with some clerics considering their futures, it has been claimed.

Bishops want their governing body to agree the proposal and amend their constitution to accommodate priests who do not want to be led by a woman.

Parishioners at a service at St Denys Church in Lisvane, Cardiff voice their thoughts about the issue.

'Disunity' over women bishops vote

  • 12 Sep 2013
  • From the section Wales
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