Church of England Rejects Women Bishops

On Tuesday, the Church of England voted against allowing women bishops, reports Religion News Service’s Trevor Grundy at The Washington Post. The vote was “a surprise move that shocked both sides of a years-long debate,” Grundy writes, and it kept the “church’s status as one of the last bastions of male privilege in the United Kingdom.” The measure failed by just five votes.

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