Is...Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams who is stepping down from the post. He said it was time to move on after a decade as archbishop and his new post as master of Magdelene College at Cambridge University would give him the time “which I have longed for” to think and write about the Church. “I would hope that my successor has the constitution of an ox and the skin of a rhinoceros,” he said. His resignation also appeared to spell the end for his faltering project to forge more unity in the Anglican Communion. His resignation is a major blow and finding his successor will be no easy task. Rowan Williams has achieved plenty but there is still plenty to do.


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