Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby puts focus on ‘reconciliation’

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Justin Welby, the 57-year old former oil executive who quit the world of high finance in 1992 to become a priest, was enthroned Thursday (March 21) as the 105th archbishop of Canterbury and spiritual leader of the world's 77 million Anglicans. Photo courtesy Anglican Communion News Service/The Press Association

Justin Welby, the 57-year old former oil executive who quit the world of high finance in 1992 to become a priest, was enthroned Thursday (March 21) as the 105th archbishop of Canterbury and spiritual leader of the world's 77 million Anglicans. Photo courtesy Anglican Communion News Service/The Press Association

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COVENTRY, England (RNS) The new archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, says "reconciliation" across the bitterly divided Anglican Communion will be his top priority, but not a "fuzzy wuzzy tolerance" where everyone gets along for the sake of being nice.

  • Rev Fr Josiah C. Ohaekwusi

    As i went through ur comment,i strongly believe that with God on ur side ur move 4 reconcillation will be possible, i wish u more of His Grace on you,most Rev Justin Welby.