(Anglican Ink) Final meeting to choose the next Archbishop of Canterbury this week

Posted by Kendall Harmon

In contrast to past deliberations of the Crown Nominations Committee, the discussion over the selection of a successor to Dr. Rowan Williams have not been leaked to the press or have been the subject of informed “off the record” comment from insiders.

Two names will be presented to Prime Minister David Cameron – the recommended choice and an alternate. Unlike past archiepiscopal appointments, the Prime Minister is not expected to exercise a choice over the names and is likely to submit the recommended name to the Queen for approval.

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