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Anglicans Online last updated 27 May 2018
Ordinations of women to priesthood in Japan
Yamano has been teaching for a number of years at the Central Theological College, Tokyo, and has been an active member of the General Synod Committee for Peace and Justice.
Sasamori as a Deacon, was very active in her unflagging advocacy of the ordination of women to the Priesthood. She is a daughter of a priest who until recently was Dean of the Cathedral at Sendai, Diocese of Touhoku. He is presently serving a parish in Morioka, and is chair of the diocesan committee for the promotion of vocations to the ordained ministry.
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