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Welby becomes Archbishop during service in St Paul’s

Ed Thornton

by Ed Thornton

Posted: 08 Feb 2013 @ 12:15

THE office of Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of All England and Metropolitan, was conferred on the Most Revd Justin Welby on Monday, during a ceremony in St Paul's Cathedral.

He is now Archbishop, although his public ministry will not begin until after his enthronement in Canterbury Cathedral on 21 March. Last month, Archbishop Welby was elected the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury by the 35-strong College of Canons of Canterbury Cathedral ( ...

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