"The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, has acknowledged that, while 'a strong majority' of bishops present at the  Lambeth Conference agreed on the need for moratoria on same-sex blessings and on cross-border interventions, they were aware of the 'conscientious difficulties this posed for some'. Archbishop Williams said 'there needs to be a greater clarity about the exact expectations and what can be realistically implemented'. Many Canadian bishops have expressed concern about the lack of clarity regarding the moratoria ...". "The final document released by bishops at the Lambeth Conference, held July 16 to Aug, 3  was also 'an attempt to present an honest account' of what was discussed and expressed in so-called 'indaba' groups, said Archbishop Williams. He said that, while the document, called 'Reflections', was not a formal report, it nonetheless identified what bishops considered to be priorities in the Anglican Communion".