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Press: Up to a point, Lord Copper

by Andrew Brown

A TRULY curious story in The Daily Telegraph, which was the only secular paper to have followed the Archbishop of Canterbury to Rome. “Rowan Williams used a joint prayer service in Rome to call for a renewed drive to ‘restore full sacramental communion’ between the Anglican and Catholic Churches”, wrote the newly appointed religious and social-affairs editor, John Bingham.

This is no doubt factually defensible, though I have read the sermon quite carefully without ...

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