Between the Anglican row, the last few days of the presidential campaign, cloning in Britain, spitting in Israel, and a million other stories, the papers are putting out religion stories faster than we can compile them. We've almost caught up, but figured we'd better shovel out what we've found so far. The stories below represent the religion news items from Saturday to Wednesday. Today's items will appear later this afternoon in a separate file. Meanwhile, enjoy.
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- Anglicans prefer split to false, forced unity | In fact if not in name, the Anglican Communion is fast becoming little more than the Anglican diaspora (Chris McGillion, The Sydney Morning Herald)