The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Deadly Dilemma

The Archbishop of Canterbury was lost for words as he stood beside a mass grave. The bodies of two dozen murdered men and women lay at his feet in bags. The stench of death was in his nostrils, in 40C heat. Those who loved the slain were in tears. “All you could really do was to weep with them,” says the Most Revd Justin Welby, describing the most harrowing moment of a five-day trip to Africa that he made with his wife, Caroline, earlier this year. “It was hugely painful.” A report for the Sunday Telegraph

Published by Cole Moreton

Award-winning interviewer, writer and broadcaster.

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