by Chris Bodenner

Rowan Williams, head of the Anglican Church, on the Uganda bill:

“Overall, the proposed legislation is of shocking severity and I can’t see how it could be supported by any Anglican who is committed to what the Communion has said in recent decades,” says Dr Williams. “Apart from invoking the death penalty, it makes pastoral care impossible – it seeks to turn pastors into informers.”

Still silence from the head of the Catholic Church.

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