'Carnage' of gun violence must stop, Anglican bishops say
Members of the public and the news media were not allowed to observe the sessions. Some bishops, including New Hampshire's, blogged and tweeted during the retreat. In past meetings, some bishops have raised issues of confidentiality in response to their colleagues tweeting and blogging about their conversations.
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