Saturday, September 08, 2012

Rowan Williams reflects on what he has learned as Archbishop of Canterbury as search continues for his successor

As the search continues for the next Archbishop of Canterbury, the current Archbishop, Dr. Rowan Williams, reflects on current issues facing the Church of England and the Anglican Communion in this interview with the London Telegraph:


Tregonsee said...

A few decades back, we had an ineffective president. You began to hear things about the job being too tough for one man, and that it might need to have the term shortened to one 6 year term. With a series of strong presidents following, that kind of talk died down. One strong ABC could do the same thing.

Dale Matson said...

I would have liked a question about what he thought were his major accomplishments during his 10 year tenure.