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1. “Ministry and Ordination”, a key subject in the dialogue between the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church, has been treated in the joint statement of Canterbury. The international commission which drew it up published it with the idea of obtaining other theological reactions.
2. In view of the importance of the discussion, the following observations are offered in a constructive spirit.
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