Tag: Lambeth Palace

Justin on Just Getting it Done

Blog piece by the other boss. I’ve always liked reading Rudyard Kipling, especially his short stories. But I’ve never liked his poem IF, even though it may be the best known – and indeed has on several occasions been voted our

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Bishop David Anderson on Reconciliation

I think he may have a point. Now to things more specifically Anglican, such as the new Archbishop of Canterbury’s concept of Reconciliation, and what it means, and did he get it right? In today’s digest of articles we have

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Appointing Justin – A Lesson in Communication

In a little over two hours time it will be formally announced that Justin Welby, currently the Bishop of Durham, will become the new Archbishop of Canterbury, succeeding Rowan Williams as the next occupant of Lambeth Palace. Of course, we

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On the Naughty Step

A genius moment in this morning’s interview on BBC Radio Sussex. When I was asked about the news that Lambeth Palace would continue to review child protection issues for Chichester Diocese, my reply was that my four year old son

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Campaign Slogans

Remember these? Now that Ruth Gledhill has published a list she says is the short-list for Lambeth Palace, let’s see if we can’t come up with some good campaign slogans for the following candidates. Candidates have been interviewed for the

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They’re Off in the next Archbishop’s Race

Just published by yours truly over at politicalbetting.com —— The Revd Peter Ould marks your card Let’s get some preliminaries out of the way. As regards selection, the Archbishop of Canterbury is selected by the Crown Nominations Commission which is

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