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Revd Canon Gregory K Cameron

Research Fellow

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Qualifications: MA (Oxon) MA (Cantab) MPhil, LLM (Wales) DPS

Occupation: Bishop of the Diocese of St Asaph in Wales


Ecumenism, Anglican Communion relations, Art, Ancient History, Calligraphy, Classical and Film Music, Egyptology, Heraldry, Liturgy, Reading, Travel, World History


"FaithQuest” (a multi-media CD ROM on the Christian Faith) Church in Wales Publications, 1996; "Ecumenical Use of Church Buildings” in Render Unto Caesar, ed Joseph Fox, Pontifical University of St Thomas Aquinas, 1999;
"Christian Character”, co-authored, Church House Publishing, 2001;
"Ecclesiastical Offences in the Anglican Communion” in Faithful Discipleship, ed Mark Hill, Cardiff University, 2001;
"Anglican-Lutheran Agreements”, co-edited with Sven Oppegaard, Lutheran World Federation, 2004;
"The Development of Confirmation and its Relationship to Admission to Communion” and "Confirmation and Admission to Communion: Convergences and Contrasts”, in Initiation, Membership and Authority in Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Law, ed James Conn et al, Pontifical Gregorian University, 2005;
Study Edition of the ARCIC Agreed Statement, “Mary, Grace and Hope in Christ”, edited with Fr Donald Bolen, to be published, 2006.
‘Ardour and Order: Can the Bonds of Affection Survive in the Anglican Communion?’ (2007) 9(3) Ecclesiastical Law Journal 288-293,
'Baby's First Steps: Can the Covenant proposal ever walk?', in M Chapman (ed) The Anglican Covenant, Unity and Diversity in the Anglican Communion (Mowbray, 2008)
'A Tortoise in a Hurry: The Ordering of the Anglican Communion' (2008) 8(2) International journal for the Study of the Christian Church 69-80.
‘Communion in Mutuality and Hospitality’ in S Rowland Jones (ed) Faith in Action: Essays in honour of Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane (Lux Verbi, Cape Town, 2008)

Various articles on Religious and Spiritual Education, Pastoral Care, Ecumenism and the Anglican Communion for “Anglican Episcopal World”, “Cambrensis”, the “Church Times”, “Conference and Common Room”, “The Guardian”, “Encyclical”, “New Directions”, “Project Papers” and “The Times”.