Church of England votes to allow women bishops
Following women priests in 1994, this is quite logical.
Conservative MP and Synod member Robert Key, who supported the reforms, said afterwards it was time for the Church to move beyond 'navel-gazing'. He added: 'It is a good day for the Church of England, and it is a good day for the country because our national church, the church by law established, is actually now in step with most of the country and what people feel'.
What people feel?
Since when did the whirling charismatics formulate doctrine for the Anglican branch of the Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church?
Presumably, Jesus feels the joy.