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The Changing Public Face Of The Church Of England: The Changing Experiences Of Clergywomen

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This chapter is concerned with the changing public face of clergywomen within the Church of England and explores the perceptions of the clergywomen regarding this change. Before moving to the empirical study of clergywomen, the role of women in the Church of England and the debate surrounding the ordination of women to the priesthood is explored under the following headings: parish, diocese, the national Church and the wider community. It is against this background that the clergywomen's views on their changing public face is explored.

Keywords: clergywomen; diocese; England; national Church; parish



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