Newly-enthroned Anglican leader praises Pope
In an interview broadcast by Vatican Radio shortly after his installation as head of the worldwide Anglican communion, the new Archbishop of Canterbury has said that he draws inspiration from the thought of Pope John Paul II.
Archbishop Rowan Williams told the 105 Live radio program that the Holy Father had provided keen insights "on the nature of the human person in the light of Christian theology."
He also said that the Pope had been in effective leader in promoting ecumenical progress and in seeking a peaceful solution to the crisis in Iraq.
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Archbishop of Canterbury: BBC coverage
28 Feb 2003