Chill, says church panel

July 1995
Advocate;7/11/95, Issue 685, p16
Cites a report issued by the Church of England's Board of Social Responsibility on the church's need to welcome gays and lesbians. Board's recommendation that cohabitation outside of marriage should no longer be regarded as sinful.


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