(AGI) London, July 14 - The Anglican Church will try a secondtime to approve the ordination of women bishops. Another voteon the move is due on Monday afternoon, after it was preventedby six lay voters in 2012. The bishops and clergy backed thereform at the time. Rowan Williams, who was then Archbishop ofCanterbury (the second highest position after the Queen but, ineffect, the leader of the church), in 2012 said that theAnglican Church had lost an opportunity for "credibility". . .