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Peter Carnley et al

This is a joint statement issued by the Anglican Bishops of Australia on November 21, 2001. It was signed by the following Australian Anglican Bishops: The Most Rev’d Dr. P.F. Carnley AO (Archbishop of Perth and Primate of the Anglican Church in Australia), The Most Rev’d Dr. I.G.C. George AO (Archbishop of Adelaide), The Right Rev’d C.M. Wood (Acting Metropolitan Archbishop of Brisbane), The Right Rev’d J.D. Harrower OAM (Bishop of Tasmania), The Right Rev’d Dr P. Freier (Bishop of the Northern Territory), The Right Rev’d G.V. Browning (Bishop of Canberra-Goulburn), and Bishops: Philip Aspinall (Diocese of Adelaide), Peter Brain (Armadale), David Bowden (Bendigo), Richard Appleby (Brisbane), Ron Williams (Brisbane), Ray B Smith (Brisbane), David McCall (Bunbury), Philip Huggins (Grafton), Gerald Beaumont (Perth), Brian Farran (Perth), David Murray (Perth), Bruce Clark (Riverina).

Author's website: Anglican National Church Office in Australia

Not one but seven priorities for the third Howard Government
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