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Petition drive for next ABC

Petition drive for next ABC

There is an on-line petition started to the Crown Nominating Committee seeking to have Geraldine Granger be appointed Archbishop of Canterbury by the Queen, Really.


You can see the petition here:

The founder of the site, Bosco Peters, says:

The time has come to move from bearded and bushy to the “babe with a bob cut and a magnificent bosom”. Bring back joy and laughter to being a Christian – no no no no no no yes?!

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John Shirley

Yesss!!! Bring in Mrs. Cropley!!! 😉

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Ann Fontaine

It's a comedy about parish life in Church of England. The humor is British. Some deep stuff comes out too.

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Nicole Porter

I have to check it out. I've never heard of it before.

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Ann Fontaine

You have not seen the BBC series - the Vicar of Dibley? Geraldine Granger is the vicar.

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Nicole Porter

Ah I see. I assumed it was a joke because it was posted today on here. So, exactly what makes her appropriate to be the next ABC?

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