[Anglican Communion News Service] Senior Anglican and Jewish leaders met this week for the latest meeting of the Anglican-Jewish Commission. The Commission is the vehicle for the official dialogue between the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. The annual meetings usually alternate between Lambeth Palace and Jerusalem; but this week’s meeting took place in Manchester, England. “There is a strong Jewish population here and there is a vibrant Anglican Diocese”, the Anglican Co-Chair of the Commission, Archbishop of Dublin Michael Jackson said.
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