Interview with Archbishop Justin Welby

Archbishop Welby: A synodal Church journeys together

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08 October 2021
During his visit to Rome for a series of meetings with Pope Francis and other religious leaders, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, Primate of the Anglican Communion granted an interview to Vatican media. Among other things, Archbishop Welby underscored that all faiths can work together to promote the cause of environmental protection and highlighted the experiences that the Anglican Church can offer to the Catholic Church, as the Synod on synodality approaches. He also reiterated his hope of a visit to South Sudan with Pope Francis. Your Grace, I know you are here, in part, for the work on COP26, in anticipation of that meeting, and that you signed an appeal with Pope Francis about care for our common home. Can you tell us how the churches can continue to work together to advance the cause of caring for our common home? Monday ...

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