The countdown concludes: The T’graph’s “influential” top ten

The Telegraph finished its series on the 50 most influential Anglicans with the list of the ten most influential Anglicans. In descending order:

10. John Sentamu – Archbishop of York

9. Michael Nazir-Ali – Bishop of Rochester

8. Peter Jensen – Archbishop of Sydney, Australia

7. Greg Venables – Presiding Bishop of the Southern Cone, South America

6. Desmond Tutu – Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, South Africa

5. Henry Orombi – Archbishop of Uganda

4. Gene Robinson – Bishop of New Hampshire

3. Peter Akinola – Archbishop of Nigeria

2. Katharine Jefferts Schori – Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church of

the United States

1. Rowan Williams – Archbishop of Canterbury

Our previous item, names 20-11, is here.

Category : The Lead

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3 Comments
  1. Has Jenny Plane Te Paa shown up on the list yet?

  2. She was #20 -see the earlier post. I vote for Louie Crew.

  3. Jane Redmont

    Thanks, Ann.

    How did Henry Orombi end up more influential than Desmond Tutu?! (Well, it’s only the Telegraph…)

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