On Being a Bishop in the Church of England

R R Williams

This article continues the description of the workings of the Church of England begun in the previous issue, in this case by the person who was secretary on the Anglican side at the conversations with the Church of Scotland. The bishop notes several roles: the liturgical, confirmation, consecration, the pastoral, the administrative, and the Church's contribution, through its bishops, to the House of Lords.

Volume 04, Number 02 Nov 1974, p13