Ceremony changes "highlight divisions in the church"

Controversial changes have been made to the Bishop of Burnley's ordination ceremony due to his opposition to women bishops.

Reverend Philip North is being consecrated at York Minster. But some bishops have said they won't be involved in the 'laying on of hands' part of the ceremony.

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Reverend Fleur Green of St Peter's Church in Darwen says it highlights divisions within the church.