Bishop Lydia Mamakwa says "that the church will not be kept together by its "structures and institutions", but by "the kind of love the Samaritan showed to the person who was victimized ['General Synod celebrates Indigenous Eucharist', anglicanjournal.com]. As an Aboriginal priest, I appreciate the sentiment. However, as we practice reconciliation, we need to do so as a whole body. We cannot subdivide or self-impose segregation; we need to be together to share our journey. I appreciate the efforts to support us; however, I am a Christian that happens to be Aboriginal. And if we read the parable, [we] realize that the Samaritan 'went to [the victim] -- he was not separate from him. As a church, we need to be together in order to have effective reconciliation".