"There are many things we have learned we can do more effectively together than separately," said Bishop Andreas Aarflot of Oslo, Norway, a leader in international Lutheran-Anglican relations. Aarflot spoke at a reception for ecumenical leaders at the Lambeth Conference, the once-a-decade meeting of Anglican Church bishops. The July 18-Aug. 9 event at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England, gathered more than 750 bishops and 600 of their spouses from around the world.
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