When Covid-19 hit in March, the Church of England closed all its buildings. In hindsight, was that right? Archbishop of Canterbury@JustinWelby says perhaps not: “With the knowledge we have now, personally I think I was too strict. I think I’m not convinced I got that one right.”
Archbishop of Canterbury@JustinWelby : “If we stop the virus, it will also inject a vaccine of hope into the global economy.”
“I cannot tell you the shame that I feel, that so many around me feel, and horror… It's our institution. We failed.” – Archbishop of Canterbury@JustinWelby reflects on sexual abuse within the Church of England, and what measures are being put in place in response.
Archbishop of Canterbury@JustinWelby to take sabbatical in 2021 for ‘spiritual renewal’
Thank you to my good friend canterbury'>Chuck Canterbury for 16 years of service to the Fraternal Order of Police and our great men and women in blue. You are an incredible patriot!
MISSING: Jaden Davis was last seen in the area of Picadilly and Canterbury Road near 8 Mile on Detroit's west side.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is right. It is unacceptable that companies like Amazon pay workers wages so low that they have to rely on government programs just to survive, while paying nothing in federal income taxes.
"The gig economy, zero hours contract, is nothing new. It is simply the reincarnation of an ancient evil." The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, tells the TUC that some people see the "oppression of the employed as a virtue".