Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada "spoke to about 40 priests, scholars and other liturgy specialists from such places as Canada, the United States, Britain, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Uruguay and the South Pacific during the 2015 International Anglican Liturgical Consultation (IALC), held August 3-8 [in Montreal, Que.]. The IALC is a network of the Anglican Communion" (p. 6). "The Rev. Eileen Scully, director of faith, worship and ministry for the Anglican Church of Canada and chair of the liturgical consultation, said there has been something of a consensus in that consultation to 'continue to talk about reconciliation and not rush to a statement'. National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald said he is convinced that it is in liturgy that issues such as reconciliation 'become real in the life of the church'" (p. 7). "The Rev. Michael Lapsley, and Anglican priest and social justice activist in South Africa who lost both hands and was blinded in one eye in 1990 in a letter-bomb attack, also warned against hasty approaches to forgiveness in a talk" (p. 7). "Continuing the healing and reconciliation theme of the 2013 Dublin meeting, the Montreal gathering concluded that the journey toward reconciliation should include 'ritual moments and symbolic enactments'. To that end, the consultation committed to producing appropriate guidelines for these by exploring relevant biblical texts, the theology of reconciliation and baptismal identity, and liturgical frameworks for rites of corporate reconciliation. In this area, the group expects to work in partnership with the Archbishop of Canterbury's [Justin Welby] Consultation on Peace and Conflict Prevention" (p. 7).