From THE MONTREAL GAZETTE:
The Anglican Church of Canada has agreed to disagree when it comes to the fractious debate over gay marriage.
When priests, bishops and laypersons gather Friday for nine days of debate and discussion as part of the church's tri-annual General Synod in Halifax, the approach will be much different than three years ago, Archdeacon Paul Feheley said.
"This synod, we're approaching it not so much from the form of a winner-takes-all resolution," he said. "We're approaching it from a kind of conversational route and hoping by the end of synod, after numerous conversations and meetings . . . that the synod may come up with a statement on where the church is on this matter."
COMMENT: Well, if any country can live comfortably with two complete opposites sitting side by side, it's Canada. I mean they are a bisexual country - or is that bilingual? Same thing really - it's all to do with tongues.