Sentamu: 'Women Bishop vote is very disappointing'

Speaking on BBC Radio 4 this morning, the Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, has said the vote was "very disappointing" but he remained hopeful for the future.

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Archbishop of York @johnsentamu says the Church of England’s decision not to allow women to become bishops is “very disappointing” #r4today

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Archbishop @johnsentamu: “There will be women bishops in my lifetime... The principle has already been accepted.” #r4today

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Williams: 'Church lost credibility'

The Archbishop of Canterbury has told the Church of England General Synod that "we have lost a level of credibility in the wider society" after they voted against introducing women bishops.