Stephen Bates Religious affairs correspondent
Saturday June 16, 2007
The impending division of the worldwide Anglican communion came a step closer yesterday as the rift over the way the church deals with homosexuality descended into acrimony.
The rejection of the demands, made by the church's archbishops in
Dr Williams - currently on sabbatical in
Canon Gregory Cameron, deputy secretary general of the Anglican Communion, who is the church's chief mediator in the crisis, told the Guardian yesterday: "My fear is people are starting to behave less like a world communion and it is becoming more like ecclesiastical chaos."
The rejection came after a four-day meeting of the
Next week Canadian Anglicans meet in synod in