"I am a 63-year-old Anglican who 'religiously' reads the 'Anglican Journal' and 'The Diocesan Times'. In the April 2011 issue of the 'Journal' I read an article that made my heart and soul soar: 'What colour is your church ?' [p. 4] is the only article I can ever remember actually clipping from the paper. .... The line 'When one person is shut out by a congregation, it colours the whole, like a single drop of ink in a glass of water' reminds me there is far too much ink in the Anglican water today. Many of us, myself included, often reach for the negative instead of the positive. I believe humans are all equal before God. .... I am sick and tired of discrimination within my church -- where instead of coming together, it's smoke and mirrors. Oh, I am so disappointed ! Time to reread 'What colour is your church ?'"