The Governing Body is meeting in Lampeter today and tomorrow, trying to work out a plan which allows ordination but accommodates traditionalists.
The Church in Wales is discussing whether or not to allow women to be ordained as bishops. It's Governing Body is meeting at Lampeter University today and tomorrow. For it to be passed, all three sections - the bishops, the clergy and the laity must vote yes with a two-thirds majority. Dr Gregory Cameron is Bishop of St Asaph in North Wales.
He's told Premier they simply must reach an agreement:
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