The bishops of the Anglican Communion gathered at the Lambeth Conference, 2008, at a time when some constituent provinces and dioceses had already crossed the threshold of discontent, deciding not to attend the gathering, and when further division loomed ahead. This article examines the challenges of living into a generous diversity while holding fast to the historic Christian faith. The author reveals a cautious hope rooted in Jesus’ prayer for unity and the mystery of the Pascha, Christ’s death and resurrection. As the Communion drifts into greater autonomy, she calls for a disposition of reconciliation, paving the way for reunification in the future.
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