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An embodiment of faithfulness

Dr Williams offers a personal example of his vision of holiness, argues Angela Tilby

‘As a spiritual leader, he models what he teaches: openness to God, humility, and compassion’ in his sermon at his enthronement in 2003, the Archbishop of Canter­bury said that he was praying that the Church would find “con­fidence, courage, an imagina­tion set on fire by the vision of God the Holy Trinity”.

Whatever has happened to the Church during his nine years, Dr Rowan Williams has embodied much of the aspira­tion of that prayer. He has always ...

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Mon 5 Dec 16 @ 11:47
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