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The Five Guiding Principles
Guidance for Candidates for Ordination in the Church of England
In July 2014 legislation was passed to enable women to be consecrated to the episcopate in the Church of England. This means that the Church of England is now fully committed to all orders of ministry being open equally to all, without reference to gender. The Church of England also remains committed to ensuring that those who cannot receive the ministry of women priests or bishops are able to flourish. The House of Bishops has therefore agreed Five Guiding Principles as the basis for this mutual flourishing. From January 2015, all candidates coming to a BAP are required to give their assent to all of the Five Guiding Principles. The House of Bishops confirm that the Principles need to be read 'one with the other and held in tension, rather than being applied selectively.' The Five Guiding Principles are:
Under Criterion B (Ministry within the Church of England) you are required to confirm that you assent to all five of these Principles and, in the Sponsoring papers that your DDO will write for you in preparation for your attending a Bishops' Advisory Panel, he or she is required to acknowledge your assent to these Principles.
You will be asked again for your assent to these Principles by your College or Course Principal when you come to the end of your ordination training. The Course or College Principal will ask this in order to provide an assurance for your sponsoring and ordaining Bishop.
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