Two articles about what happens after Dublin, one taking a pretty sanguine approach, the other rather more pessimistic.
What makes it interesting is that they are both in agreement on the forthcoming shape of the Communion. Their only real disagreement is on the extent to which this matters to the Church.
Meanwhile, here in England I would venture to say that almost no members of Anglican churches have a clue about any of this.
The Anglican Communion is, to most of them, what Europe used to be to most Englishmen. When the Channel was foggy, it was Europe that was 'cut off'.
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