Whereas the Synod of the Diocese of Newfoundland has, by resolution adopted at its biennial session in June 1947, accepted the Declaration of Principles and the Constitution of this General Synod;
And whereas the Synod of the Diocese of Newfoundland has made application for admission in this Synod as a member thereof;
This General Synod of the Church of England in Canada, pursuant to the provisions of Subsection (3) of Section (4) of the said Declaration of Principles, hereby admits the said Diocese as a member of this Synod, to be represented in the Upper House by its Bishop and in the Lower House by clerical and lay members elected by the Synod of the Diocese of Newfoundland as provided by the said Declaration of Principles and Constitution, with all the rights and privileges and subject to all the obligations defined by the said Declaration and Constitution, the civil legislation affecting this Synod and all canons enacted and resolutions passed now in force pursuant to the said Declaration and Constitution.
"[B]y John M. Krumm with a report on the Wives Conference by Mary Sudman Donovan".
Contents: The Bishops and Their Concerns -- What is the Lambeth Conference ? -- Letters from Lambeth -- Author's Postscript dated September 1, 1988 / John M. Krumm -- Lambeth Wives Conference / Mary Sudman Donovan -- [Resources].
"The author is Bishop Emeritus of Southern Ohio, now living in Irvine, California, and chairman of the executive committee of Forward Movement Publications". -- verso of t.-p.
Mary Sudman Donovan "is an author and historian and wife of the Bishop of Arkansas". -- verso of t.-p.