Bishop Duncan reacts to the Alexandria meeting

Bishop Robert Duncan, the leader of the group who are organizing themselves into the Anglican Church of North America has issued a response to the communiqué from the primates’ meeting this week.

According to Peter Frank:

[Bishop Duncan] is “certainly open to mediated conversations” called for by the primates of the Anglican Communion, but added that his organization “will need to see what exactly is being proposed and what ground rules can be agreed on before committing further.

The Rev. Peter Frank said he was authorized to speak on behalf of Robert Duncan, the deposed bishop of Pittsburgh who led the majority of that diocese’s members and leadership out of the Episcopal Church. Duncan is one of a number of individuals and groups who have responded to the primates’ communiqué and an accompanying report from the Windsor Continuation Group issued February 5.

The Episcopal News Service has the story here along with some of the reactions of other leaders of groups associated with Anglican provinces active within North America.

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