"a) The Committee on Confirmation should be a joint committee.
b) That the Committee be appointed by the Primate.
c) That the Committee consider the theology and practice of confirmation.
N.B. The Upper House would add that while it appreciates the pastoral and ecumenical concerns which prompted the Memorial from the Diocese of Saskatoon, it considers that it should not attempt to solve this particular problem except in relationship to an urgently needed study of confirmation in our Church."
That we concur in Message U27. CARRIED Message L-35.