The Tablet has some news about the June meeting of Pope Francis and Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury:
The Archbishop of Canterbury is hoping to meet Pope Francis in December to discuss working on a joint anti-poverty initiative.
Archbishop Justin Welby revealed in July that the two Churches wanted to work together to help those trapped in poverty, as well as speak out clearly to challenge governments. Staff at Lambeth Palace have since been working on details of the initiative. ….
Speaking of the plans to work together on combating poverty, Archbishop Moxon told The Tablet: “Lambeth Palace is going to test the initiative quite soon. They want to get the right wording about the right topic in the right way.”
He added that Archbishop Welby hoped to meet the Pope in late December, although a final date was dependent on the papal calendar.