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Tuesday, 20 January 2015

At the Multiple Episcopal Consecration


KEY

 - Bishop who won't consecrate women


- New bishop who won't be consecrated by women

- Bishop who will consecrate women

 - New female bishop

 - New male bishop
- Bishop who would consecrate a woman, but hasn't yet


- New bishop who has a bit of a cold


14 comments :

  1. What an interesting church you have: maybe there will be female bishops who won't be consecrated by women...

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  2. What about female bishops who won't consecrate women?

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  3. Any transgendered bishops?

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  4. Where have you put the bishop who consecrates all bishops that do not consecrate themselves?

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  5. and Archbishops are optional

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    1. Isn't that a rule borrowed from Mornington Crescent?

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  6. I've never thought that there are different types of Bishop, they sign up to the Gospel, so should all be gender inclusive and do the washing up.

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  7. Boil your Bishop for a minimum of twenty minutes to ensure they are no longer contagious. The Contagion of Sanctity does not operate in a VickyVerky manner, even with the finest Balm redolent wipers.

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  8. "a Christmas bowl of smoking bishop, Bob!" C. Dickens (A Christmas Carol)

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  9. If only it weren't York.

    Canterbury, of course, as Anselm himself assures us, it that Bishop than which no Bishop can be conceived to be greater... ;-)

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