The Archbishop of Canterbury's 2016 New Year Message

Visiting here brings to mind a chapel in Canterbury cathedral that was set aside in the sixteenth century for refugees fleeing persecution in France.

An inscription outside the chapel calls it a “testimony alike to the large and liberal spirit of the English church, and the glorious asylum which England has in all times given to foreigners flying for refuge against oppression and tyranny.”

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Posted in * Anglican - Episcopal, --Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury