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Mr. Catolick is not fond of the Archbishop of York

Mr. Catolick is not fond of the Archbishop of York

It is safe to conclude that Mr. Tom Catolick does not believe that Archbishop John Sentamu would make a good Archbishop of Canterbury. We don’t know much about Archbishop Sentamu. A number of the people involved in The Episcopal Church’s attempts to work through its response to the Windsor Report at our General Convention in 2006 felt he inserted himself in the process in unhelpful ways. But it is difficult to say whether that says more about the man or the times.


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Christi Hill

My overall impression of him is that his faith is unquestionable. And that his expression of it may well enhance the splintering of the Anglican Communion.

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