The archbishops of Canterbury and York has avoided humiliation in the
Church of England's law-making body, the General Synod, by putting off a
split over the ordination of women bishops.
synod voted against measures that would have given traditionalists the
legal right to ignore the leadership of women bishops. The proposal by
the Manchester diocesan synod would have accepted that parishes opposed
to female diocesan bishops could be ministered by male bishops.
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