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Ringside seat

by Margaret Duggan

THE CHAPLAIN from St George’s, Paris, the Revd Matthew Harrison, was the official ecumenical delegate for the archdiocese of Paris during the recent visit of the Pope to that city.

Representing the diocese in Europe, it not only gave him a front-row seat, but he was one of the nine ecumenical guests to be presented to the Pope (above). He says it was “fascinating to watch the whole papal machinery in action at close range”: the skill with which his ...

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