"When in Rome" . . .
As a non-Anglican, I'm curious as to how episcopal oversight and liturgical participation play out when a bishop is serving a diverse diocese --- especially in England, where parishes run the spectrum from nosebleed Anglo-Catholic to so-law-it-crawls, ignore the Prayer Book evangelical. Given that any bishop, no less than a priest, espouses a particular theological and liturgical viewpoint, would an Anglo-Catholic bishop be welcome to preach or do Confirmation in an evangelical parish church, and vice-versa? How do theologically liberal bishops relate to their clergy and parishes whose views don't coincide with theirs? Despite their differences, they are still under his/her oversight. I can't imagine how all this works in such a way as to be copacetic.