ANALYSIS: Anglican Communion faces troubled waters

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Among others, (center) Archbishop Ian Ernest, of the Province of the Indian Ocean, with (second from right) Archbishop Mouneer Anis, of Egypt, and (far right) Bishop Josiah Iduwo-Fearon of Nigeria, at the conclusion of the Anglican Back to the Future Conference in Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday (Sept. 18). RNS photo by Bob Bettson

Among others, (center) Archbishop Ian Ernest, of the Province of the Indian Ocean, with (second from right) Archbishop Mouneer Anis, of Egypt, and (far right) Bishop Josiah Iduwo-Fearon of Nigeria, at the conclusion of the Anglican Back to the Future Conference in Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday (Sept. 18). RNS photo by Bob Bettson

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(RNS) Primates and bishops from the Global South attending a gathering in Toronto said current proposals for a new Anglican Communion covenant don't go far enough to heal the conflict in the communion over homosexuality.